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KM Herald headlines 2021 year in review By Loretta Cozart (Ed. Note: This is a twopart article looking back on 2021 and how the Kings Mountain Herald brought hometown, community news, and local issues to our readers. We at Community Media wish you a Happy New Year 2022!) JANUARY • Cleveland County’s 2021 property revaluation took effect on January 1. The revaluation included land and all residential, commercial, and industrial structures in Cleveland County. The revaluation did not include personal property. Not everyone's property value changed by the same percentage and could vary widely across properties. • West School wins national recognition. Highly regarded for academic achievement, stakeholder involvement, creativity, and innovative programs, West Elementary earns top honors as a 2020-2021 ESEA Distinguished School. Additionally, West met or exceeded growth for the past five years, is a PBIS Exemplar School, and has been recognized as a Green Ribbon School. The selection committee noted the following as contributing factors and "fantastic" points from
First responders attended the community prayer rally in January. Photo by Loretta Cozart their findings. • NC DHHS reported new COVID-19 records to start the year. On Jan. 1, North Carolina reported its highest one-day number of COVID-19 cases with 9,527 new cases reported, exceeding the state’s previous highest day set on Dec. 18, 2020, by more than 1,000. • On Saturday, January 9, Kings Mountain Ministerial Association held a community prayer rally in Patriots Park to pray for
first responders in the community. • On January 16, JACK & georgia held a grand opening at 209 S. Battleground Avenue after the retailer relocated from their original location on E. Gold Street. • Legion Riders held a ride for Cpl. Lee Whittington of Kings Mountain Police Department. Corporal Whittington was shot in the line of duty while responding to a call on Downing
Downtown trees were removed in preparation for the Streetscape Project to begin. Photo by Loretta Cozart proposed development, Catawba Ridge to be located at 415 Dixon School Road. Developers Wallace Cheves and partner Paul Sparks presented their plan with approximately 15 people in attendance. • Paul James Candle Company held a soft opening for the new business at Diana Bramble was se807 Cleveland Avenue. lected as the new Superin• The old gas station at tendent of Kings Mountain 259 Dixon School Road was National Military Park, demolished in January. The along with the others inproperty, once owned by the cluded in the Southern Parks Plonk family, had been the system. Photo by NPS site of a Sinclair Gas station, a BP station, American Petroleum station, and a FINA Drive. He underwent surstation before it was purgery and was released bechased by Roadside Truck fore Christmas. Plaza in November of 1997. Eugene and Mary Curry • A community meet• Tens of thousands of celebrate 64-years of maring was held by Let’s Roll See REVIEW, Page 4A Photo provided Holdings regarding their riage.
Last week to see the Toys, Games, and Trains exhibit By Loretta Cozart January 7 is the last day to see the Toys, Games, and Trains exhibit at Kings Mountain Historical Museum. If you haven’t seen it this year, or want one last look, be sure to visit KMHM by Friday. This annual exhibit fills the museum with a model train display assembled by local “S” Gaugers, as well as railroad memorabilia, and antique toys and games. Visitors of all ages
KM Historical Museum Toys, Games and Trains exhibit ends Friday, January 7. will be enchanted as they explore the miniature scenes that line the tracks. Parents and grandparents
will enjoy reminiscing about the toys and games of their childhood. Admission is free.
KMLT auditions scheduled for upcoming comedy Mark your calendars now for auditions for Kings Mountain Little Theater’s upcoming play, Deliver Us from Mama. Auditions are scheduled for Saturday, January 8 from 10:30am to 1pm, and Sunday, January 9 from 2pm to 5pm at Joy Performance Center at 202 S Railroad Avenue in Kings Mountain. Roles needed are six
male roles and five female roles, 30 years old and up, and one male and one female role 16 and up. Auditions will involve reading from portions of the script with other auditionees. Performances are scheduled for March 4 & 5 @ 7:30pm, March 6 @ 3:00 pm, March 11 and 12 at 7:30pm, and March 13 at 3:00pm. Mama’s back - so chaos can’t be far behind! This rip-roaring, hilarious, high-octane race to beat the
stork begins when Walker Sprunt's wife, Hayley, goes into labor with their first child. The problem? She's in Alabama, and he is in L.A., trying his best to get through a surprise visit from his meddling mother and his bossy big sister, Savannah, when he gets the call. Unfortunately, an air traffic controllers strike has just begun across the nation and Walker is at a loss for what to do. But his Mama, as usual, is not. And when See AUDITIONS, Page 5A
Playwright, director, and performer Mike Wiley will hold a question-and-answer session after the performance.
Tired Souls: The Montgomery Bus Boycott at Joy Performance Center January 17 To honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Mauney Memorial Library, and the City of Kings Mountain welcome Mike Wiley to perform, Tired Souls: The Montgomery Bus Boycott at the Joy Performance Center on January 17. Tired Souls opens in Montgomery, Alabama on December 1, 1955 – the day Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a city bus to a white man. Her determination was the catalyst that inspired Montgomery’s black citizens to abandon all travel on city buses until they were no longer forced to sit in the back or stand when a white person boarded. But there were others who came before Mrs. Parks and laid the groundwork for this pivotal moment. Tired Souls introduces audiences to Jo Ann Robinson, Claudette Colvin, and others so instrumental in lighting a fire under the Civil Rights movement and changing the course of U.S. history forever. Immediately after production, the audience
Rosa Parks with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Photos provided is invited to take part in a talkback with Mike Wiley. No photos or videography will be allowed during production. The event, scheduled to begin at 2:00 pm, is free and open to the public. The Joy Performance Center is located at 202 South Railroad Avenue, Kings Mountain.
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Betty Champion Greene SHELBY, NC – Betty Champion Greene, 82, formerly of Kings Mountain, NC, passed away peacefully on December 28, 2021 at her home. She was born in Wake County, NC, daughter of the late James Robert Champion Sr and Lindsey Carroll Champion and was preceded in death by her beloved husband of 59 years, Emmett Odell Greene. Betty was also preceded in death by her brothers, Donald W. and James Robert Champion Jr., and her sister, Edna C. Harrison. She was a current member of David Baptist Church and a former member of Macedonia Baptist Church. Betty was an avid shopper and loved collecting angels. She loved spending time with her grandchildren who were always the center of her life. Betty, affectionately known as “Granny”, was in constant prayer. She prayed without ceasing for everyone she met and loved. Her generous, kind, and loving spirit will be missed tremendously by everyone who knew and loved Granny. Until we see you again: “Do you know what?”.... “I love you”. She is survived by her daughter: Lisa Greene Weaver and husband Bill, Shelby, NC; grandchildren: Angel Queen (Phillip), Dustin Mode, Thomas Weaver (Chrissy), and Nicholas Weaver; great-grandchildren: Kaitlyn and Jackson Queen; longtime best friend: Nadine Turner, Kings Mountain, NC. Funeral service was held on Friday, December 31, 2021 at 12:00 PM at David Baptist Church with Reverends David Turner and Brian Taule officiating. Visitation was held on Friday, December 31, 2021 from 11:00 AM to 11:50 AM prior to the service at David Baptist Church Interment was held in Mountain Rest Cemetery, Kings Mountain, NC The family would like to extend a special thanks to the staff of Hospice of Cleveland County. In lieu of flowers, donations in Betty’s memory may be made to Hospice at 951 Wendover Heights Drive, Shelby, NC 28150. Guest register is available at: www.harrisfunerals.com. Harris Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Kings Mountain, NC is in charge of arrangements.
Toy Max Davis KINGS MOUNTAIN, NC – Toy Max Davis, 75, of Kings Mountain, NC, passed away on December 31, 2021 at his home. He was born in Cleveland County, NC, son of the late Franklin and Mandy Pryor Davis and was preceded in death by two brothers, Edward and Roy Davis. Toy was a member of Patterson Grove Baptist Church and a Master Mason at State Line Lodge 375. He worked at PPG for 29 years and was also a contractor for many years. He enjoyed working with his hands, doing carpentry work, and working to keep his home and yard beautiful. Toy enjoyed sharing stories with anyone who would listen, often recounting the joys and hardships of his childhood. He was a wonderful husband, father, and grandfather to many, and a father figure to so many more. He will be missed greatly by everyone who knew and loved him. He is survived by his wife of 26 years: Kathleen Bridges Davis, of the home; sons: Tracy Max Davis (Karen), Grover, NC, Brian Lee Davis (Amanda), Kings Mountain, NC, James Robert Philbeck (Scottie), Grover, NC, and Troy Wishon Jr. (Tiffany), Shelby, NC; daughter: Cathy Pilkin, Kings Mountain, NC; brothers: Willie Davis (Diane), and Carl Davis (Judy), both of Kings Mountain, NC and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren Memorial service will be held at Patterson Grove Baptist Church, Wednesday, January 5, 2022 at 2:00 P.M. Rev. Tim Hendrick, officiating. Visitation: 1:00 - 2:00 P.M. Wednesday, January 5, 2022 prior to the service at the church. Guest register is available at: www.harrisfunerals.com. Harris Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Kings Mountain, NC is in charge of arrangements.
Kenneth “Ken” S. Bryan KINGS MOUNTAIN, NC – Kenneth “Ken” S. Bryan, 68, of Kings Mountain, NC, passed away on December 23, 2021 at Testa Family Hospice House in Kings Mountain, NC. He was born in Hertford County, NC. Mr. Bryan was retired from Duke Energy after 36 years of service and was a member of Resurrection Lutheran Church, Kings Mountain. NC. He was a talented musician who enjoyed playing the bass, guitar and drums. He got his start singing in the children’s choirs at Trinity Avenue Presbyterian Church and later sang in the NC Boys Choir for several years. He was a member of several bands over the years and currently a member of the Whiskey’s Alibi Band, recording several CDs. Ken was also a member of the Duke Retirement Lunch Group and enjoyed nature and the outdoors. His hobbies included hiking, canoeing, kayaking, crossword and jigsaw puzzles. He is survived by his wife of 41 years: Patricia “Pat” W. Bryan, Kings Mountain NC; mother and father: John and Dott M. Faulkenbury, Durham, NC; brother: Greg Bryan and wife Karen, Willow Spring, NC; Greg Faulkenbury and wife Dil, Fort Mill, SC; beloved dog: Sasha; numerous nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. A celebration of Life Service will be held on January 6, 2022 at 1:30 PM at Resurrection Lutheran Church with Reverend Michael Varn officiating. Masks will be required for entry into the service. Memorials may be made to: Resurrection Lutheran Church, 600 Crescent Circle Kings Mountain, NC 28086. Guest register is available at: www.harrisfunerals.com. Harris Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Kings Mountain, NC is in charge of arrangements.
James H. Hope Youngstown, Ohio – James H. Hope, 76 of Youngstown, Ohio died Friday afternoon at Heritage Manor. James was born May 10, 1945 in Archdale, NC, a son of the late Winfred and Ada (Howell) Hope. James was a proud veteran of the United States Marine Corp/Air America serving in the Vietnam War. He was a former member of Zion Hill United Brethren Church and Locust Grove Baptist Church. He was also a member of the Columbiana American Legion, the VFW of Washingtonville, Air America Association and the Moose Lodge of Winston-Salem, NC. James retired in 1999 as owner/operator of Falcon MC Distributing, a Travel Accessory Business. His wife, the former Ethelda Hofmann, whom he married January 2, 1966, died November 12, 2011. He will be sadly missed by his children, Marcia (Wes) Hope-Warren of Virginia, Connie Mae (Melvan) Saunders of Columbiana, Dawn I. Karash of Boardman and grandchildren, Amelia (Justin) Oaks, Melvan (Maria) Saunders,Jr., Thomas (Kristin) Saunders, Kirk Wolf, Kaleigh Saunders and Hope Karash and four great-grandchildren, Julius Saunders, Natalie Saunders, Benjamin Oaks and William Oaks. James also leaves a sister, Shirley (Charles) Bradham of Clover, SC, and several nieces and nephews. Besides his parents and his wife, James was preceded in death by three brothers, Winfred Hope, Kenneth Hope, Larry Hope and a granddaughter, Angel Whitehair. Private graveside services will be held Friday, January 7th. The family requests material tributes take the form of contributions to DAV (Diasabled American Veterans) P.O. Box 14301, Cincinnati, OH 452500301 or DAV.org. Lane Funeral Home Canfield Chapel in Canfield, Ohio served the family of Mr. Hope.
Can you identify this vehicle? Avis Warlick Gill Avis Warlick Gill, age 93, passed away on May 31st in Lakeland, Fl. A native of Kings Mountain, she is survived by a son Dr. Daniel Gill and his wife Isabelle, a daughter Robin P. Carlin, a grandson Brent Alexander Carlin and his wife Lejanet Herrera.
Cleveland County Sheriff's Office is looking to identify the owner of the vehicle in these images. The vehicle may have been involved in a larceny that occurred on S. Post Rd. in Cleveland County where a lawn mower was stolen. If you have any information, please call Detective Sims at 704-4763081 or submit a tip on the app.The vehicle in these pictures may have been involved in a larceny. Contact the Sheriff’s office if you can identify the vehicle. Photos by CCSO
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ARRESTS DEC. 29: Kylie Danielle Kidd, 19, Kings Mountain, larceny and possession stolen goods, misdemeanor, criminal summons. Jan. 1: Crissy Lee Burns, 37, Kings Mountain, resisting public officer, $2500 unsecured bond. JAN. 2: Damyon Samuel Wilder, 19, Kings Mountain, driving while license revoked, expired tag, $1,000 secured bond. JAN. 3: Harvey Franklin Camp, 61, Kings Mountain, DUI, misdemeanor, driving while license revoked, DUI, misdemeanor, $2000 secured bond. JAN. 4: Trenton Marshal Adams, 33, Bessemer City, intoxicated and disruptive, $1000 secured bond JAN. 4: Jessica Waters Harris, 31, Gastonia, simple assault, criminal summons out of Gaston County, JAN. 5: Kyle Michael Taylor, 30, Sumter, SC, DWI, no operator’s license, open container, $1000 secured bond. JAN. 5: Ahmere. K. Little, 18, Kings Mountain, assault on female, $2000 secured bond. JAN. 6: Kelsey Hall, 27, Kings Mountain, damage to property, $1000 bond. JAN. 6: Christopher Bradley Hannon, 39, Kings Mountain, breaking and entering, injury to real property, $1000 secured bond. JAN. 8: Rene Shell Reed, 43, Kings Mountain, breaking and entering, $500 secured bond. JAN. 8: Eric Von Bagwell, 38, Kings Mountain, breaking and entering, $500 secured bond. JAN. 8: Sharon A. Lay, 42, Kings Mountain, felony possession of methamphetamine, $2500 secured bond. INCIDENTS JAN. 2: A resident of Princeton Drive reported financial card fraud in the amount of $110. JAN. 5: A resident of Southridge Drive reported a break-in at property on West Gold St. JAN. 6: A resident of Somerset Drive reported attempted break-in of a vehicle. JAN. 6: A resident of Phenix Street reported larceny of a Kel.Tec 9mm firearm valued at $210. JAN. 7: Kings Mountain Housing Authority, 201 McGill Court, reported an individual used a fraudulent lease to gain access to an apartment. JAN. 7: A resident of Shelby reported felony breaking and entering, simple assault, and $1200 damage to a vehicle on Phillips Drive. JAN. 8: A resident of Grace Street reported a break-in and larceny of a four-month-old tan and white Pit Bull with studded collar valued at $1000. WRECKS DEC. 21: Officer C. Cooke charged Shela Pearl Thomas, 27, Kings Mountain, driving while impaired and no operator’s license after the 1996 Cadillac she was driving struck a fire hydrant on N. Piedmont Avenue doing $1500 damage. Dec. 24: Officer HW Carpenter said Aaron Wilkinson, Shelby, operating a 2013 Hyundai, backed into a 2013 Nissan operated by Tamara Dawn Huffman, Kings Mountain. The accident happened in the parking lot of 908 S. Battleground Avenue. Property damage was estimated at $2,000. DEC. 24: Officer M. J. Howard charged Pedro Javier Toledo, Kings Mountain, with DWI. Toledo was attempting to park his 1999 VW at 612 Charles Street and struck a 2003 Toyota owned by Alfred Coleman Jr., 612 Charles Street, Apt. 79. Property damage was estimated at $4,000. DEC. 25: Officer C. Cooke said Kyle Allen Hensley, Kings Mountain, operating a 2017 Chevrolet, was traveling in the wrong lane o n Belvedere Circle and hit a 2003 Chevrolet owned by Morgan Augustus Stallings, Kings Mountain. Property damage was estimated at $2,000. DEC. 26: Officer C. Cooke charged Brandon Dean Lamar Pressley, Gastonia, with driving with revoked license after
his 2005 Honda swerved to miss a dog on Sterling Drive and hit a 2001 Chevrolet operated by Michael Biddix, Kings Mountain. Property damage was estimated at $2000. DEC. 27: Officer M. J. Howard said Tyrone Marcus Cannady, Kings Mountain, operating a 2010 Dodge, failed to stop for police and after a short pursuit he jumped from his vehicle and the vehicle rolled off the left side of the road and hit a tree. Property damage was estimated at $1000. DEC. 30: Officer J. L. Dee said Victoria Jade Tyson-Bryant, Kings Mountain, operating a 2007 GMC, was backing from a parked position at 100 S. Piedmont Avenue and hit a parked 2006 Jeep operated by Ashley Humphries, Kings Mountain. Property damage was estimated at $2500. JAN. 1: Officer HW Carpenter said Bobby Michael Wells, Bessemer City, was backing his 1998 Chevrolet from 600 Northwoods Drive and hit an unoccupied 2012 Honda owned by Belinda Womick, Kings Mountain. Property damage was estimated at $1600. JAN. 1: Witnesses said an unidentified driver in a white four-door sedan struck the left handle bar/hand area of a bicycle operated by Mark Elliott Dyer, 46, of Kings Mountain. Officer J. Peeler said the hit and run accident happened on S. Battleground Avenue. Cleveland County EMS responded to the scene JAN. 3: Officer J. L. Dee charged Harvey Franklin Camp, Kings Mountain, with DUI after an accident on Lackey Street. Dee said Lackey was driving a 2004 Buick and ran off the road and struck a guardrail. Property damage was estimated at $1000. JAN. 3: Officer J. L. Dee said Ethan Matthew Wease, Kings Mountain, was driving a 2007 Toyota on Sipes Street and Valerie Bomhoff, Kings Mountain, was driving a 2008 Honda on Sims Street. Wease failed to yield the right-of-way at the intersection and struck the Honda. Property damage was estimated at $10,000. JAN. 3: Officer J. L. Dee said Christian Michael Sanders, Kings Mountain, operating a 1971 Chevrolet, failed to reduce speed and struck a 2012 Kia operated by Teresa Tomassetti-Craig, Gastonia and causing it to hit a 2006 Ford operated by Tanner Ross, Kings Mountain traveling on NC 161 South.. The accident happened on NC 161 at Mauney Avenue. Property damage was estimated at $15,000. JAN. 3: Officer J. L. Dee said a 2006 Honda operated by Megan Self, Shelby, hydroplaned in rain on the US 74 Bypass and struck a 2014 BMW operated by Bailee Thomas, Kings Mountain. Property damage was estimated at $2500. JAN. 6: Officer Bryan McGinnis said Corbin Berryman, Kings Mountain, operating a 2011 Ford on Deal Street struck a 2016 Nissan operated by Stacy Urbina Smith, Charlotte, traveling in the center travel lane of King Street to make a left turn. Property damage was estimated at $4200. JAN. 6: Officer HW Carpenter said a hit and run driver struck a 1994 Honda owned by Takenya Young and parked at her residence doing $2500 damage. JAN. 6: Officer HW Carpenter said Tommy Cunha, Bessemer City, operating a 2004 Honda on Holiday Inn Drive failed to reduce speed and hit electric traffic control arm. Property damage was estimated at $3000. JAN. 8: Officer J. L. Dee said Charles Ernest Colvin, Cherryville, operating a 1997 Chevrolet, was turning left on Cansler Street. He failed to yield the right-of-way causing a collision with a1997 Chevrolet operated by James Hackney of Bostic traveling West on US 74 Business. Property damage was estimated at $11,500. JAN. 8: Officer J. L. Dee said a hit and run driver backed into a parked car owned by Kimberly Thompson at 1314 Shelby Road. Property damage was estimated at $1500.
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GCPD charge man with sex Ray Scott to perform offenses involving juveniles at the Legion January 7 Gaston County Police have charged Benjamin Caleb Christopher, age 31, of 3052 Blacksburg Rd. Grover, with four felony counts of indecent liberties with a child. The investigation and resulting charges stem from a report made to the police when the victims disclosed the abuse to a family member. Christopher is cur-
rently in custody at the Gaston County Jail, being held without bond, pending a first appearance in court. The investigation continues and anyone with information is asked to contact Det. T.D. Pilkington at 704-866-3320 or Crimestoppers at 704861-8000. There is no further information currently available.
GPD charges suspect with armed robberies and attempted murder Detectives from the Gastonia Police Department (GPD) have arrested and charged Charles Thomas Cole, age 33, of Gastonia, with multiple felonies, including the December 29 attempted murder of three Gastonia Police Department officers. Cole was arrested December 30 at a residence in Gastonia. The following incidents were investigated by GPD detectives who suspect were committed by Cole: On December 17, GPD officers responded to a law office located in the 100 block of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Way for the report of an armed robbery that just occurred. The investigation determined that the adult male victim and the adult female victim were outside the office building when the suspect approached them. The suspect displayed a handgun, threatened the victims with the gun, and demanded property. The suspect stole property from the male victim and fled the area. On December 29, GPD officers responded to a restaurant located in the 2000 block of W. Franklin Boulevard for an armed robbery that had just occurred. Responding officers determined that the suspect entered the restaurant, threatened employees with a handgun, and demanded
COLE cash from the business. The suspect stole cash from the business and then threatened a 67-year-old female business customer. The suspect stole money from this victim as well. After this robbery, the suspect fled the business and was last seen entering a dark-colored Dodge Ram truck that was parked in a nearby parking lot and then driving out of the area. Officers at the business provided a description of the suspect’s truck to additional officers who were in the area. A few minutes after the robbery, GPD officers observed a truck matching the suspect’s description driving on N. King Street at W. Rankin Avenue. GPD officers activated their emergency equipment to initiate a traffic stop on the truck. The truck stopped on N. King Street prior to W. Rankin Avenue. During the stop, the suspect fired multiple rounds at officers with
several of those rounds striking a marked GPD police car. GPD officers returned fire on the suspect. After officers returned fire, the suspect sped off in the truck. Officers attempted to pursue the truck but could not locate the suspect’s vehicle. On December 30, the suspect’s vehicle was located parked in front of a residence on N. Pryor Street. GPD detectives responded and obtained a search warrant for the residence. During the search warrant, investigators located Cole and evidence from the robberies inside the home. Cole was arrested and charged with the following: • Seven counts of robbery with a dangerous weapon • Three counts of attempted first-degree murder (government officials) • First-degree kidnapping • Two counts of possession of a firearm by a felon • Larceny of a firearm Cole is being held on a five-million-dollar bond. Regarding Arrest of Charles Cole Gaston County Police Chief Brittain said, “We are thankful for the peaceful arrest of Mr. Cole. The incidents leading up to his arrest show the dangers that our officers face. We appreciate the support of the public and dedication of our staff.”
KMPD thanks Toy Room donors K i n g s Mountain Police Department sent a huge thank you to everyone who donated to their toy room this year. Whether it was toys, bikes, or a monetary donation, KMPD expressed
their gratitude on their Facebook page along with photos. With the help of Kings Mountain Elementary School counselors and KMPD, multiple families and children in our community were helped this 2021 Christmas Season. Donors included: The Cleveland
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County Schools Connexions program at Cleveland Community College Campus, Murphy’s Toy Run, Campers Inn (Bike Drive), Alliance Bank & Trust, Patrick Senior Center, First Baptist Church, and the many citizens who have personally contributed.
Sons of the Legion at Kings Mountain American Legion Post 155 welcomes international recording artist Ray Scott on Friday, January 7 for an intimate acoustic music experience. The Dustin Cole Project will open the performance at 6:30 pm and Ray Scott takes the stage at 7:30 pm. Tickets are on sale now for $20 each, and capacity is limited. To reserve your tickets, call 704-674-6353 or message the American Legion Post 155 directly
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will call the night of the event. Doors open at 5:00 pm the night of the event.
City Council Meeting schedule for 2022 T h e regular schedule for monthly meetings of the City Council for the City of Kings Mountain is adopted at the December regular meeting each year. The meetings begin at 6:00 p.m. and are held in Council Chambers at City Hall. The schedule for 2022 is as follows: • January 25
• February 22 • March 29 • April 26 • May 31 • June 28 • July 26 • August 30 • September 27 • October 25 • November 29 • December 13 The agenda package for each meeting, in its entirety is available on the website on the Friday afternoon prior to the meeting. Regular meetings are
live streamed each month and may be found on the “City Council” page on the City’s website at www.cityofkm.com. Citizens may address Council during the appropriate times, as defined on the agenda. Sign-up sheets are available on the table located in the lobby for those who wish to speak.
January city closures and trash pickup Leaf season ends February 14 City offices will be closed on Monday, January 17 in Observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday and on Monday, February 21 in Observance of President’s Day Holiday. Garbage collection will be one day behind schedule for both weeks. All trash
should be placed in bags and put inside the garbage container for collection. If you have questions, please call Public Works at 704734-0735. Leaf season will end on February 14. Crews will survey the streets on that day and any piles out that day will be vacuumed the following week. Three leaf trucks are running, and the city has been divided into
three sections. It may take up to four weeks to run the complete route and then return to the beginning. As the volume of leaves decreases, the time between collections will get shorter. Please remember to place all brush and limbs, as well as bagged debris, for collection behind the curb and out of the street to prevent rainwater from washing them into storm drains and ditches.
Rutherford County Trooper and detainee die after crash On Monday, January 3, at approximately 8:58 p.m., a member of the State Highway Patrol was struck by a responding Patrol member during a traffic stop at High Shoals Church Rd. and Goodes Grove Church Rd. Trooper James N. Horton was responding to assist with a traffic stop being conducted by Trooper John S. Horton when Trooper James Horton lost control of his vehicle upon approaching the traffic stop. Trooper James Horton collided with the stationary patrol vehicle and subsequently struck Trooper John Horton and the detained driver who were standing along the
TROOPER JAMES HORTON roadside. Trooper John Horton, a fifteen-year veteran assigned to Rutherford County, was transported to a Spartanburg hospital where he died of his injuries. The detained driver, who has
yet to be identified, was pronounced deceased at the scene. Trooper James Horton was taken to a local hospital for minor injuries and has since been released. The two involved troopers are brothers. "Our hearts are broken with the loss of our friend and our brother, Trooper John Horton” said Colonel Freddy L. Johnson Jr., commander of the State Highway Patrol. “For all involved in this tragic event the coming days will undoubtedly be difficult, but we are committed to stand alongside with them with our thoughts, prayers and unwavering support.”
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REVIEW From Page 1A residents in rural North Carolina gained access to the COVID-19 vaccine close to home as three more Atrium Health facilities began offering the vaccine to members of the public: Atrium Health Cabarrus, Atrium Health Lincoln, and Atrium Health Union as part of Atrium Health’s plan to offer mass vaccinations to people across the region in multiple, convenient locations. • Pinnacle Classical Academy’s 4th-grade teacher, April Bridges, was named an Extraordinary Educator by Curriculum Associates, a leading education partner serving more than 10 million teachers and students in 50 states. FEBRUARY • Students, pre-K through first grade, returned to classroom learning on Feb. 22. School board members voted six to three to begin returning elementary students back to the classroom during their January 25 meeting. • During the City of Kings Mountain’s meeting on January 26, city council approved the zoning change from R-20 to CD- PUD of approximately 82.73 acres of the 118 total purchased by Let’s Roll Holdings LLC for S1.77M in 2020. • Shirley Brutko reported that a lot was accomplished at the Gateway Trail by volunteers of the trail committee and Ranger Cliff Laurich. New mulch was spread near the overflow parking lot, and pine straw was removed from Cardio Hill to the trailhead. • Emma Kay Lewis made a beautiful barn quilt square of Kings Mountain and the trail, as a gift to the Gateway Trail. It was proudly displayed at the trailhead. • Kings Mountain sports lost one of its best athletes and coaches in February with the passing of Brent Bagwell. Bagwell was an all-star athlete in football, basketball, and baseball for the Mountaineers, went on to an outstanding playing and coaching career in college and in recent years was a valuable assistant in the KMHS football program. • North Carolina opened COVID-19 vaccines to everyone ages 65 and older. According to state guidelines, frontline essential workers were next. Atrium Health offered to help people know when it was their turn by using their online COVID-19 Prescreen tool. • The National Park Service announced that Diana Bramble had been selected at the new superintendent of Kings Mountain National Military Park and would take the reigns on March 14. • Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office announced it was revitalizing the Neighborhood Watch Program throughout the county. MARCH: • City Council unanimously approved a budget amendment in the amount of $1.5M for the Phase II Streetscape project. • Mountain Street Pharmacy and Shelly Drugstore,
As of May 1, 20 trailers had been delivered for Catawba Two Kings Casino pre-launch facility. Photo by Loretta Cozart
Kip Cozart receives his COVID-19 vaccine from Mark Woodall. Photo by Loretta Cozart
At the media sneak peak, slot machines continued to be installed as the casino prepared for visitors. By the opening, 500 slot machines had been installed. Photo by Loretta Cozart
Benestar Brands broke ground in May, with an anticipated opening slated for Fall 2021. Photo by Loretta Cozart Don Crawford received his BSA 80-year pin in June. Photo by Battleground District of Boy Scouts of America working in conjunction with the Cleveland County Public Health Center, hosted a COVID-19 vaccine clinic on March 5 at Cleveland Community College. • Kings Mountain Little Theater presented ‘Til Beth Us Do Part’ at the Joy Performance Center. • Kings Mountain High School football team defeated Stuart Cramer during their delayed season due to COVID-19. Kings Mountain sophomore Caleb Holland made a varsity debut when he returned the opening kickoff of the 2021 spring season 90 yards for a touchdown to spark a 43-7 win over Stuart Cramer. • Kings Mountain High School Interact Club, an offshoot of KM Rotary Club, did a service-learning project-performing a trash pickup around the school properties and on Kings Mountain Boulevard. • Mountain Street Pharmacy and Shelby Drugstore, working in conjunction with the Cleveland County Public Health Center, hosted a
COVID-19 Vaccine clinic on Friday, March 12 at Central United Methodist Church. • Kings Mountain Police Department Officers Breanna Joel and K-9 Officer Chris Graham responded to the service call of two dogs in the median of I-85. Officer Joel and an unidentified good Samaritan worked together to catch and hold the dogs until Officer Graham arrived to provide the K9 leashes. • Dr. George Plonk, born on March 17, 1919, celebrated his 102nd birthday. • Sidney Brown of Kings Mountain could not believe it when he won the lottery at a convenience store in town. “I’ve just been crying and thanking God.” he said. “I’m truly blessed and it’s still not real to me.” He claimed his prize at lottery headquarters in Raleigh. After required federal and state tax withholdings, he took home $70,757. • City of Kings Mountain would implement NorthStar Utility Solutions billing
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software to better serve then customers beginning on March 29. • Crow's Nest at Kings Mountain County Club opens to the public with a soft opening starting this Wednesday, St. Patrick's Day. In January, M.K. Arrowood Holdings. Inc. took over the food services for the club, including the restaurant and bar, as well as the pro-shop concessions. • NC State House unanimously approved legislation to expand access to care for children with autism by reducing and streamlining unnecessary regulations. A similar bill in the NC Senate was unanimously approved. APRIL: • Middle and high school students returned to inschool learning four days a week in Cleveland County on April 12. Two weeks later, a full-week schedule was resumed. • The KMPD Call Center was dedicated in memory of Andrew Stuart (Andy) Underwood, Public Safety Answering Point Manager for the 911 Center for the City of Kings Mountain. • Officer Penny Fulton Phillips retired from
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Kings Mountain Police Department after 25 years if service, most recently in Records. • All adults, 16 and over, became eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday, April 7 in an announcement from Governor Roy Cooper. • Kings Mountain Historical Museum officially began the renovation of the George Washington Cornwell House in March. The house is now at the museum but had been at 106 E. King Street near McGill’s Exxon Station. • City of Kings Mountain cut down trees along Battleground Avenue downtown in preparation for the Streetscape project to continue. • Kings Mountain High School’s football team beat Crest for the Big South Crown and finished the season undefeated for the first time since 1964. • City of Kings Mountain announces an awning grant for businesses in the downtown district for businesses and property owners. • US District Judge James E. Boasberg ruled in favor of the Catawba Indian Nation and determined that
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the taking land into trust for the Catawba Two Kings Casino Resort was done so legally. • It was announced that Jimmy Wayne would be honored by City of Kings Mountain, Tourism Development Authority, and Kings Mountain Little Theater with a mural by Scott Nurkin. Jimmy Wayne’s mural will be the 10th stop on the North Carolina Musician Murals Trail. • Kings Mountain Auto Sales celebrated 28-years in business. Dan and Anita Smith started their business in 1993 and they give Jesus all the glory and acknowledge Him as reason for their success. • Walking life’s journey together since April 21, 1951, Dwight and Joanne Tessneer celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary last week in Kings Mountain. • First Presbyterian Church received a new roof, replacing the last one that had served the church well for 100 years. • Eight Mountaineer Football players were chosen for See REVIEW, Page 5A
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Dole recalls packaged salads processed in Bessemer City The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, along with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, are working to investigate a multistate outbreak of Listeria monocytogenes infections potentially linked with the consumption of Dole packaged salad. Dole Fresh Vegetables, Inc., is voluntarily recalling from the market all Dole-branded and private label packaged salads processed at its Bessemer City, NC and its Yuma, AZ production facilities due to possible contamination with Listeria and is suspending operations temporarily at both facilities to conduct an extensive cleaning and sanitation protocol. To date, this outbreak has been associated with 16 illnesses, 12 hospitalizations and two deaths spanning the following states: IA, ID, MD, MI, MN, NC, NV, OH, OR, PA, TX, UT, WI. Products subject to the voluntary recall are identified by a product lot code beginning with the either the letter “N” or “Y” in the upper right-hand corner of the package and will have a “Best if Used By” date between November 30, 2021, and January 8, 2022. Consumers who still have any of these products in their refrigerators are urged not to consume the product and to discard it immediately.
This suspension of operations and recall are being performed voluntarily by Dole out of an abundance of caution, in collaboration with the Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The decision to suspend operations and recall all products from these facilities was made after analyzing the strain of Listeria monocytogenes isolated in a single package of Dolebranded Garden Salad produced in the Bessemer City facility and a single package of shredded iceberg lettuce produced in the Yuma, AZ facility. Both of those items were randomly sampled by the state of Georgia and the state of Michigan, respectively, and were a genetic match with a strain of Listeria monocytogenes which FDA and CDC believe is responsible for sixteen illnesses since 2014. Listing of products subject to each of these recalls is set forth below. Listeria monocytogenes is an organism that can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems. Although healthy individuals may suffer only short-term symptoms such as high fever, severe headache, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea, Listeria infection can cause miscarriages and stillbirths
among pregnant women. Recalled salad items from the Bessemer City facility were distributed in the states of AL, CT, FL, GA, KY, LA, MA, MD, MI, MS, NC, NY, OH, PA, SC, TN, and VA. Recalled salad items from the Yuma facility were distributed in the states of AL, AZ, CT, FL, IA, IL, IN, KY, LA, MA, MI, MN, MS, NC, ND, NY, OH, PA, SC, TN, TX, VA, and WI. No products produced from Dole facilities in Springfield, OH (production/lot codes beginning with “W”) or Soledad, CA (production/lot codes beginning with “B”) are included in these voluntary recalls. In addition, no other Dole products, including “readyto-eat” salad products, fresh fruit, and field-packed fresh vegetables, are part of these voluntary recalls and are safe to consume. Dole retailers have been advised to check store shelves and warehouse inventories to confirm that no recalled product is available for purchase by consumers. Retailer and consumer questions about the voluntary recalls should be directed to the Dole Consumer Response Center at 800-356-3111, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Pacific Time. Dole Fresh Vegetables is coordinating closely with regulatory officials
REVIEW From Page 4A the All-Big South team: Defensive end Javarí Rice-Wilson was named Defensive Player of the Year for the second straight year, Blake Davis was selected the conference's Offensive Lineman of the Year, and Chris Ruffalo was selected as the co-Defensive Lineman of the Year. Teammates joining them on the All-Conference team were running back Rashaard Brooks, offensive lineman Tykel Smith, linebacker Dameon “DayDay” Wilson, defensive back Logan Patrick and linebacker AJ Richardson. MAY: • A height variance for Catawba Two Kings Casino was approved by city council, paving the way for a five-story parking garage. In addition, the R. Dean Harrell Company’s request for rezoning from R-10 to Conditional District R6 PUD for the Cannon 35 was unanimously approved. • North Elementary School participated in the Kids’ Heart Challenge. The goal was set at $2,500. and the students raised S3,065.26. • In April and May, trailers were delivered to the Catawba Two Kings Casino and Resort site. As of May 1, 20 trailers had been delivered and setup. • Kings Mountain High School's Beta Club held their annual Induction and Cord Ceremony on April 29 at 6 pm in Barnes Auditorium. Four seniors, eight juniors, and 76 sophomores were inducted into the club. Forty-eight seniors received their cords for graduation. Principal Julie Rikard and club sponsor Janney Ann Croft welcomed everyone. Club president Jonah Patrick then spoke regarding the purpose and objectives of Beta Club.
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From Page 1A she proclaims, "Family Road Trip!', Walker, from experience, knows disaster can't be far behind. And is he ever right - as the clock ticks, Mama and her squabbling offspring jump in a car and sprint across two thousand miles of America and through its most unbelievably eccentric and
Page 5A • Eugene and Mary Curry celebrated 64 years of marriage on May 18. They married on May 18,1957 in York SC. The couple met at ages 8 and 9 and married at 18 and 19 years of age. They have 7 children: Jackie Brown, Denise Mercer, Pastor Daris Curry, Apostle Kenneth Curry, Apostle Bryan Curry, Michael F. Curry and Shannon Roberts. • Walls went up at the new Benestar Brands facility on Industrial Drive in Kings Mountain. Benestar Brands is an international snack foods manufacturer and will create 129 jobs in town. • More than 1,000 people turned out for the Catawba Two Kings Casino job fair held at Cleveland Community College’s LeGrand Center. Two hundred positions were filled over the two-day event. • Dameon “DayDay” Wilson of Grover is one of a very few people to start all four years of his high school career and is the only one to establish the school record for most games played. For his brilliant career, Coach Greg Lloyd presented him The Career Achievement Award and his framed #10 jersey at the annual football awards ceremony Monday at Barnes Auditorium. • Kings Mountain Middle School’s girls won the Tri-County Conference crown and scored four runs in the seventh inning to erase 3-2 deficit and defeat Crest 6-3. • Kings Mountain High School graduates 264 students JUNE: • Col. Frederick Hambright DAR Chapter installed new officers with Robin Masters Meyer named the Regent. • GFWC-NC Kings Mountain Woman’s Club installed new officers: Denise Cobb - President, Bendetra McDowell - First Vice President, Betty Sue
Morris - Second Vice President, Julienne Hambright Secretary, Doris McGinnis - Treasurer, Johann Sherrill - Chaplain, and Anne Gamble -Immediate Past President. • Mauney Memorial Library, in collaboration with The Gateway Trail, presented Storywalk® beginning Wednesday June 16. Stories along the trail were changed out weekly throughout the summer. • County Commissioners approve 3.25 cent tax cut as part of 2021-2022 fiscal year budget. The tax rate changes included a 2.25 cent decrease in the county’s General Tax rate and a one cent decrease in the county’s School Tax rate. • William Donald (Don) Crawford received his 80year gold pin for his service to the Piedmont Council and the Battleground District of Boy Scouts of America. • City Manager Marilyn Sellers announced “The City of Kings Mountain is very proud to announce that the water transmission loop system project is complete. The inspections have been performed, valves turned on, and water is flowing as I speak. This is a monumental accomplishment that has been a 40 to 50-year goal of past management, water directors and consultants.” • It was announced that Will Wilson, KMHS’s highest-ever draft pick, is to be inducted into KM Snorts Hall of Fame. • Representatives from Delaware North held a media sneak-peek for Catawba Two Kings Casino. The prelaunch facility was constructed from 23 modular units placed side by side to form one large room of about 14,700 square feet. Catawba Two Kings Casino opened July 1.
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New Year, New Beginnings N e w Year’s Eve and N e w Year’s Day have always been a time of Pastor reflection Jeff Longwell Penley’s Chapel and purChurch pose in my life. My thoughts on New Year’s Eve usually go back across the previous twelve months and I think about what has
transpired in my life and in my family. I consider where I am now compared to where I was at the beginning of the year. Am I growing in my faith? Have I learned from mistakes in my past? Has my situation improved in my health, finances, or relationships? Then as the calendar page turns to a new year, my mind turns toward the future and how I will resolve to do better. New Year’s resolutions,
they call them. Many will make them and then give up on them within a month or so. This is the time of year that most gym memberships are sold and new diets are begun. Many people find that within weeks or even days, their resolve has begun to fade away. This can lead to feeling defeated and discouraged. When we fail in the good things we try to do, it is simply a reminder that we are human and we need God’s grace and
mercy in our lives. The prophet Jeremiah tells us that God’s mercies are new every morning, and His compassions do not fail! (Lamentations 3:2223) The Psalmist David reminds us that, “As a father pities his children, so the Lord pities those who fear Him. For He knows our frame; He remembers that we are dust.” (Psalm 103:1324) This doesn’t mean that we should cease trying to do good, but rather
learn to trust in the One who is good. Our Father is not waiting for us to fall down so that He can condemn us. He is a good Father who picks us up when we fall. He is, “a very present help in trouble.” (Psalm 46:1) Proverbs 24:16 tells us that, “A righteous man may fall seven times and rise again.” That is the key. Keep getting up. Keep pushing forward. So instead of feeling discouraged about where you are in your life, look
to Jesus. And if you don’t know Him, let me encourage you to believe in Him today. Jesus is God’s Son who died on an old rugged cross to pay the penalty for your sins and for mine. On the third day He arose from the dead in victory! If you will put all of your trust in Him, this new year can be a year of new beginnings and new life for you today!
Kings Mountain Area Church Directory Emmanuel Independent Baptist Church 102 Canterbury Road 704-730-7855
Good Hope Presbyterian Church 105 N. Cansler Street 704-739-1062
Faith Ablaze Church 1128 S. York Road 704-739-8496
Grace Fellowship 144 West Mountain Street 704-481-8888
Faith Baptist Church 1009 Linwood Road
Grace United Methodist Church 830 Church Street 704-739-6000
Faith Holiness Church Hwy. 161/ Bessemer City Rd. 704-739-1997 Family Worship Center 1818 Shelby Road 704-739-7206
First Presbyterian 107 E. King St. • Kings Mountain, NC Advent Lutheran Church, NALC Member 230 Oak Grove Rd. 704-750-0171 Anew Beginning Baptist Church 145 Battleground Dr. 704-473-1372 Ardent Life Church 420 Branch Street 704-739-7700
Calvary Way Holiness Church 1017 Second Street Pastor Clifton Morgan
Christ The King Catholic Church 714 Stone Street 704-487-7697
Carson Memorial Baptist Church 262 Sparrow Springs Road 704-739-2247
Connections Church 306 N. Piedmont Ave. 704-750-4972
Central United Methodist Church 113 S. Piedmont Avenue 704-739-2471
Cornerstone Church Of God 202 Margrace Road 704-689-4430
Cherokee St. Baptist Church 421 S. Cherokee Street 704-739-7697
Arise Church 830 E. King St. Bethlehem Baptist Church 1017 Bethlehem Road 704-739-7487 Boyce Memorial ARP Church Edgemont Drive 704-739-4917
Chestnut Ridge Baptist Church 618 Chestnut Ridge Road 704-739-4015 Christian Freedom Southern Baptist Church 246 Range Road 704-739-4152
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Cornerstone Independent Baptist 107 Range Road 704-737-0477
Eastside Baptist Church 308 York Road 704-739-8055
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Harvest Baptist Church 144 Ware Road 704-734-0714
First Baptist Church 605 W. King Street 704-739-3651
Kings Mountain Baptist Church 101 W. Mountain Street 704-739-2516
First Church of the Nazarene 121 Countryside Road 704-734-1143
Life of Worship Ministries 405 S. Cherokee St. 704-777-2927
First Presbyterian Church 111 E. King Street 704-739-8072
Kings Mtn.Dream Center 1128 York Road 704-739-8496 Tim & Angie Goates, Pastors www.kmdreamcenter.com
First Wesleyan Church 505 N. Piedmont Avenue 704-739-4266 Galilee United Methodist 117 Galilee Church Road 704-739-7011 Gloryland Missionary Baptist Church 101 Benﬁeld Rd. 704-740-7212 Gospel Assembly Church 202 S. Railroad Avenue 704-739-5351
Long Creek Presbyterian Church 701 Long Creek Road 704-629-4406 Love Valley Baptist Church 2032 Bethlehem Road 704-730-0075 Macedonia Baptist Church 1101 S. Battleground Avenue 704-739-6811
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Bost to speak at Broad River Upcoming events at Senior Center Genealogical Society Sunday Broad River Genealogical Society presents Renee Bost, speaking about Daughters of the American Revolution and Wreaths Across America, on Sunday, January 9 at 3 pm at American Legion Post 82 at 1628 S. Lafayette St., in Shelby. Renee serves as the North Carolina Society Daughters of the American Revolution Recording Secretary. Vice-Regent of the Col. Frederick Hambright Chapter DAR, and Chair of the Wreaths Across America Committee. Employed as the Deputy Director of the Cleveland County Board of Elections, Renee is a nationally certified elections registration administrator and State certified elections administrator. When she is not busy with work and DAR she enjoys traveling and spending time with her family. The purposes of Broad River Genealogical Society are to preserve area records and to disseminate genealogical and historical information through book publishing, educational meetings, occasional genealogical classes and guidance for the public, and a bulletin published quarterly. This quarterly magazine “Eswau Huppe-
RENEE BOST day“, which translates as “land between the rivers” and refers to the territory between the Cherokee & Catawba Indian Nations, contains over 250 pages of historical and genealogical information each year.
Winter 2022 Art classes at Southern Arts Society Southern Arts Society offers a variety of classes and workshops for all skill levels. Workshops require pre-registration and payment to reserve your seat. Class size and seating are limited. Introduction or Refresher into Watercolor Painting (An Interactive Workshop) with Ron Shepard • Saturday, January 22, 2022 • Location: Southern Arts Society • Time: 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. • Cost: $35. Members; $40. Non-Members One-on-One Tutoring with Ron Shepard • Date and Time: by arrangement with instructor • Description: Southern
Arts Society instructor Ron Shepard is offering individual art tutoring sessions. Pottery Classes (Day and Evening) with Renee Matthews and Rhonda Withers • Next Session: to be determined; on hold due to fire in the Pottery Studio • Times: Day Class: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.; Night Class: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. • Cost: $160 SASi members, $185 non-members • Includes: one bag of
clay, glazes, use of studio tools and instruction Weekly Oil Painting Classes with Todd Baxter in his Studio • Fridays from 10:00 to noon • Saturdays from 2:00 to 4:00 To register or for more information, call Southern Arts Society at 704-7395585 or email us at SouthernArtsSociety@gmail. com
(Editor’s. Note: The recipes in today’s Cooking Corner are from “100 Years in the Kitchen” by Women of First Presbyterian Church.)
CHICKEN CASSEROLE Arlene Barrett 4 chicken breasts, stewed, save broth Cut in bite-size pieces. Place in 8x12x2 baking dish Mix: 1 can cream of chicken soup 1 can cream of mushroom soup ¼ cup milk Pour over chicken and add 2 tablespoons margarine. Mix 2 cups chicken broth with 1 pkg. stuffing mix. Spoon over chicken mixture. Brown in oven 400 to 4 25 degrees for 30 minutes.
Salt and pepper Spray 9x13 pan with pam. Put mixture in casserole. Sprinkle with ¼ cup Parmesan cheese. Bake ½ hour at 300 degrees.
POTATO CASSEROLE Marion Thomasson Two lb. pkg. hash brown potatoes, thaw partiallyuncooked. 8 oz. sour cream 8 oz. grated Cheddar cheese (½ lb.) 2 cans cream of potato soup, undiluted
CHOCOLATE SYRUP CAKE Debbie Patterson 1 stick margarine 1 cup sugar 4 eggs 2 cups plain flour 2 t. baking powder ¼ t. salt 1 can chocolate syrup
VEGETABLE CASSEROLE Clara Rhea 2 cans Veg All drain 1 can cream of chicken soup ½ cup mayonnaise Reserve ½ cup liquid from Veg All. Mix all together in casserole. Add ½ cup cheese nip crackers, crushed to top of casserole. Melt 1 stick butter and pour on top. Bake 20 minutes at 400 degrees.
1 t. vanilla Cream together margarine and sugar. Add other ingredients Mix well. Bake in tube pan for 1 hour at 350 degrees. HEAVENLY CAKE Jane King 1 box Deluxe II yellow cake mix Mix and bake cake in long pan 1 large can crush pineapple 1 cup sugar 1 large box vanilla instant pudding Mix sugar and pineapple together and bring to a boil. Pour over cake while hot. Mix pudding and put on top of the pineapple. Put cake in refrigerator and cool. Spread large container of Cool Whip over cooled cake. Spread coconut on top along with crushed pecans.
SHIIP Program Between January 1-March 31, Medicare Advantage beneficiaries can switch to another Advantage plan or go back to original Medicare and join a prescription drug plan. Appointments available January 6 and February 10. Also, you may qualify for Extra Help for your drug costs. Carolina Shred Truck Onsite on Wednesdays, January 5, and March 2. You can bring your papers up to a week in advance. Smart Phone Clinic by Trey Ross Mondays, January 10 & February 14, 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. Dutch Lunch Bunch the 2nd Wednesday of the month January 12—Canceled February 9— Ken & Mary’s in Shelby March 9—Hamrick’s and Daddy Joe’s BBQ in Gaffney (leaving at 9:00AM) Please sign up in the Gift Shop with your $1.00 transportation fee to reserve your seat! First-timers must sign a liability waiver before you can travel with us. Faith and Fellowship via Conference Calling Wednesdays, 9:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m. Call the Center to get the telephone number. Spiritual Grief Presentation by Hospice Cleveland County Wednesday, January 12, 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Join us in the dining room or via Zoom. Call the Center to sign up and get the Zoom link, if applicable. Art Classes with Tammy and Marie Day art classes (open to ages 55+) Thursdays, January 13, February 10 & March 10, 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Day classes are $7.
Vision Presentation by Lucy Plyler Wednesday, January 19, 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. The Division of Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired provides services to people who are visually impaired, blind, and deafblind to help them reach their goals of independence and employment. They offer comprehensive, quality services to assist you in adjusting to your vision loss and learning to live independently and safely in your home and community. Come join us to find out what services they have to offer! Basic Computer Classes by Beth McDaniel Mondays and Wednesdays, January 24, 26, 31, February 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 23, 28, and March 2, 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Call Karen at the Center to sign up. Seating is limited. Tax Assistance by Liberty Tax Call the Senior Center at the end of January or beginning of February to find out more details about having your income taxes reviewed. Exercise Assistance Gardner-Webb Exercise Science Students will be coming to the Exercise Room to help participants develop an individualized exercise plan. If you would like to schedule an appointment, please call the center to put your name on the interest list and we will call you with dates and times later in January. Steps to Health by Nancy Abasiekong with the Cleveland County Cooperative Extension Wednesday, January 26, February 2, 9, 16, 23, and March 2, 16 and 23 from 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Join Nancy in learning simple steps to take control of your health. Call Karen at the Center to sign up. Special occasion Bingo parties Thursdays, 10:00 a.m. -
11:15 a.m. • Team Spirit Day - January 27: Sport your favorite teams’ attire. • Valentine’s Day - February 10: Adorn yourself in red and/or pink. • Pajama Day - February 24: Wear your favorite pair of pajamas and don’t forget your slippers! St. Patrick’s Day - March 17: Dress in green, like a wee leprechaun! GERD and Acid Reflux Presentation by Mountain Street Pharmacy Thursday, February 3, 10:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. Leaving a Legacy by Johnsie Brevard Cleveland Thursdays, February 3, 10, 17 and 24, 11:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. Join Johnsie in the Ceramics Room for this fourpart Senior Project series. She will educate you about the importance of knowing your heritage, so you can share the information with younger generations. Call the Center to sign up. Red Cross Blood Drive Friday, January 14, 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Please call Karen Grigg at the Center to schedule an appointment. Your donation could save a life. Valentine’s Day Party Monday, February 14 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Call the Center or stop by the Front Desk to sign up. Demo Day with Mauney Library Tuesday, February 15, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Join the library staff in Conference Room II as they demonstrate some of the technology available in the library Makerspace. See a 3D printer and a Cricut smart cutting machine in action and learn about their many uses. Janie’s Art Night Tuesday, February 22, 5:15 p.m. - 7:15 p.m. Sign up and pay the S15.00 fee at the Front Desk before Thursday, February 17. All supplies will be provided. Craft class by Michele Cook with Hospice Cleveland County Tuesday, March 29, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Join Michele in the Dining Room for a fun Easter craft. All supplies will be provided. Call Karen at the Center to sign up. Disaster Preparedness Presentation by the Amer-
ican Red Cross Wednesday, March 9, 10:00 a.m. —11:00 a.m. Build confidence by learning simple steps you can take now to help prepare and protect your family. Join us in the Dining Room or via Zoom if you would rather stay at home. Call the Center to sign up and get the Zoom link, if applicable. AARP Safety Driving Class Wednesday, March 30, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Participants will receive reminders on safety, defensive-driving, and a whole lot more! Course costs $20 for AARP members and $25 for non-AARP members. (There may be limited grant funding for seniors 60 and over to assist with a portion of the payment). Please contact the Senior Center for more information and to pre-register for this class. S.H.O.P. Food Pantry: Please call if you need food, Depends, Boost, or a mask. We will check our supply and arrange a time for you to come by! Senior Center Donations Needed Personal hygiene products, Depends, toilet paper, tissues, paper towels, cleaning & laundry products, masks, activity books, canned and dry goods, microwavable meals, and pet food. Individually packaged items: pudding, fruit, soup, Pop Tarts, cereal, mac & cheese, peanut butter, oatmeal, grits, etc. Programs are open to people ages 55 and up. For updates or more information on any of these events, please call 704-734-0447.
Library to hold educational coffee tasting January 27 By Mari Slaughter Mauney Memorial Library will hold an educational coffee tasting in their Community Room on Thursday, January 27 at 2 pm. Registration is required. Come enjoy this unique experience presented by Firebeard Coffee Roasters, a new company to rural Western North Carolina. Taste and learn about different coffees, where they’re grown, and how to brew the perfect cup. Mauney Memorial Library is located at 100 S. Piedmont Avenue, Kings Mountain, NC 28086.
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“Shooting in” the New Year in Cherryville
The Traditional New Year’s Shooter’s group started their “shoot” at the Cherryville City Hall at midnight, Dec. 31, as they do every year, and shoot at various locations throughout the city and the area, ending on January 1, 2022, at the Great Outdoors. The daytime photos are at one of the host’s houses in Cherryville. Photos by MEP/The Eagle/CF Media and Susan L. Powell
The Cherryville New Year’s Shooter’s Inc., group, who start their “shoot” at Black’s Grill in Cherryville, at midnight, Dec. 31, as they do every year, had a “shot” scheduled for Waco, in Cleveland County this year. The group also shoots at various locations throughout the city and the area, and ended their “shot” on Jan. 1, 2022, at Rudisill Stadium, with a tribute to honor the memory and legacy of their late President and long-time shooter, Mr. Carl C. “Boozie” Dellinger. Photos by MEP/The Eagle/CF Media and Susan L. Powell
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Cleveland County Arts Council has events scheduled throughout the year for those with a love of art. Three events occur in the first quarter of the year, so mark your calendar now. The Big Chill is scheduled for Saturday, January 29 at 7 p.m. in Shelby. Featured is a reverse raffle, heavy hors d'oeuvres, silent auction, and music and fun. For tickets, call 704-484-2787. Participants have the chance to win $5000 or $2500 or $1000 and only 250 tickets are sold for this event. Treasures of the Earth Pottery Show and Sale runs February 10 through March 23, with an opening reception February 10, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. According to the Arts Council’s website, “This promises to be the best exhibit yet with the works of local and regional artists plus lots of NEW potters! The works on exhibit include
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sculpture and pottery in a wide variety of styles. It is a must-see show!” This is a free event. Bowling for Dollars is scheduled for March 10, at 11 a.m. Purchase your ticket in advance for a specific 30-minute time slot. Come to the Arts Council during your reserved time to pick out your bowl. This year lunch will be Dine-In OR Carry-Out. The Arts Council is located at 111 S. Washington St., Shelby.
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Zeke Cannedy, left photo, shoots a free throw and, right photo, cans a shot from the outside on his way to a school record 53-point scoring total in last week’s Mountaineer Christmas Tournament at Donald L. Parker Gymnasium. Photos by Gary Smart
Zeke Cannedy cans school record 53 points in Mountaineers’ annual Christmas tourney Gaston Day defeated Kings Mountain 83-74 in the championship game of last week’s Mountaineer Christmas Tournament at Donald L. Parker Gymnasium, but all eyes were on KM’s Zeke Cannedy who stripped the nets for 53 points and a new KMHS men’s scoring record. The KMHS women’s scoring mark of 58 points was set by Judy Medlin against Belmont in 1958. Cannedy’s effort, as well as his teammates’, kept the Mountaineers close to one of North Carolina’s private school powerhouses but the visitors outscored the home team 21-16 in the fourth quarter to clinch the victory. The Spartans managed to barely lead after each of the first three periods – 21-20 after the first, 46-41 at the half and 62-58 going into the final eight minutes. Included in Cannedy’s 51 point total were 10 three pointers, also the most any Mountaineer has ever
canned in a single game. The Mountaineers advanced to the title game by rolling past Davidson Day 88-36 in the opening round and squeezing past a very good 4A Charlotte Independence team 61-60 in the semi-finals. Maddox James’ put back of a missed free throw attempt at the buzzer gave the Mountaineers the semi-finals victory. James led the scoring with 21 points, Curtis Simpson had 12 and Cannedy 10. Kings Mountain returns to Big South Conference action Friday at South Point with girls action beginning at 6 p.m. The KM teams return to Parker Gymnasium on Tuesday, January 11 when
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Zeke Cannedy drives past the Gaston Day defense for two of his 53 points in last week’s Christmas Tournament finale at Parker Gym.
Former Kings Mountain High football star Kobe Paysour, left, who was in the area for UNC’s football bowl game against South Carolina in Charlotte, is pictured with KMHS Resource Officer Shon Macopson at last week’s holiday tournament at Parker Gym.
KM’s Maddox James fires over the Gaston Day defense in last week’s annual Holiday Tournament at Parker Gym.
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8 (Reasonable) New Year’s Resolutions for Grievers January 1st is just another day for some people but if you have recently lost a loved one, starting the New Year without them can be challenging. A new year that once began as a fresh start with joy and excitement can be a painful reminder of the loved one who isn’t here to share it. Whether we welcome, dread, or ignore a new year may depend on where we are in our grief process. Acknowledging our grief, we can choose to make softer resolutions for the new year. Below are 8 “reasonable” resolutions to consider: 1. Go easy on yourself: Don’t pressure yourself or allow others to pressure you into feeling you should be “over” the loss. Being kind to yourself may be the best resolution a griever can make. 2. Spend time with people you like: Resolve to put a little effort into connecting with others who make you happy and well supported.
3. Engage in one hobby or activity that makes you feel good: Any enjoyable beneficial activity is important to your mental health. 4. Be honest about how you feel: Finding ways to express your true feelings in places where you feel safe to do so can be beneficial. 5. Speak your loved one’s name: Keep remembering stories, their sayings, favorite songs, books, and share those memories with others. 6. Embrace one of your loved ones’ values, hopes or dreams: It may take work, but will feel great to carry out that passion or dream. 7. Support someone else: Grief changes us forever, but you may eventually find the wisdom, strength, and insight
to give as well as receive. 8. Plan ways to remember and seek formal support through support groups, Memory Bear/Pillow workshops, Grief walks, etc., and resolve to take the first steps at the beginning of the year. The Grief Support Team at Hospice Cleveland County offers services to families they have served as well as the larger community. They will be by your side following the loss of a loved one to help provide grief support. Please call 704-487-4677 or visit www.HospiceCares.cc to learn more. You can also visit their Facebook Page and YouTube Channel for videos on Hospice & Palliative Care as well as other topics.
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Chamber activities Chamber Lunch and Learn: Navigating the Labor Shortage Cleveland County Chamber of Commerce invites businesses to join them for a pre-recorded encore webinar on Navigating the Labor Shortage by Tom Erb and Facilitated by Tim Blackwell on January 11 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 pm. RSVP to Kathryn Pennington, Chamber Administrative Assistant, kathryn@ clevelandchamber.org Member Luncheon: State of the Chamber New for 2022! Chamber members and guests can network, meet fellow members, and acquire new knowledge on current issues
that matter. The luncheon features guest speaker and Chamber Board Chairman. Chris Monroe. This event is scheduled for January 19, from 11:30 a.m. to l :00 p.m. at The Banker’s House at 319 N Lafayette St, Shelby. Ambassador Mixer Chamber Ambassadors are essential front-line representatives and membership advocates. Come meet the team and consider becoming an Ambassador on January 20 from 4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. at Newgrass Brewing Company at 213 S
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Don’t fall for fake streaming service activation prompts If you’ve signed up for a streaming service, such as Netflix, Disney+, PBS Passport, or Hulu, be careful when activating your account. Unfortunately, scammers are trying to steal login information and other personal data with fake websites that appear to come from the streaming service provider. How the scam works. You purchased a subscription to a streaming service. To activate it, you need to log in on your web browser. A quick search brings up several links with the streaming service’s official name. You click on the first result. However, the website doesn’t look quite right. For example, as soon as you click the link, the site prompts you to update your web browser. Scammers have set up a lookalike website to trick you into downloading malware. If you click “Update” or any other button, you could download a virus that gives
scammers access to your personal information. It’s best to close the page immediately. Other times, when you click on the search result, you’re directed to a website that features the official logo and branding of your streaming service. However, it looks a little, or sometimes a lot, different than what you remember. If you enter your user ID and password on a lookalike site, it goes into the hands of scammers. These con artists then have the information they need to access your real account on the official website–as well as anywhere else you use that username and password. How to avoid streaming service scams: • Always double check that you are visiting an official website. Scammers can make fake websites look legitimate in search engine’s results, but they can’t copy a website’s official URL. Before you click on a website, take a close
look at the URL. Check to that it is spelled correctly. Scammers hope you’ll overlook this and click without a second thought. • Be wary of ads and sponsored links. Sometimes scammers use ads to get their lookalike website to appear first in the search results. Remember, just because a website is at the top of the list doesn’t mean it’s the official website. • Be careful with your login information. Always make sure you are on an official website before entering your username and password. Never enter this information into thirdparty websites. Keep in mind, too, that legitimate customer service representatives generally do not ask for passwords over the phone or through an email.
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• Stock adequate supplies of heating fuel (propane, oil, firewood). • Bring pets inside during winter weather. • Try not to travel. If travel is needed, keep a winter emergency supplies kit in your vehicle: • Ice scraper/ snow brush. Clear your car completely before driving. • Sand or salt for improved traction if you get
stuck. • Snow shovel. • Enough clothing and blankets to keep you warm. • Snacks and water. • Insulate pipes and allow faucets to drip a little. Running water, even at a trickle, helps keep pipes from freezing. • Learn how to shut off your home’s main water valves in case a pipe bursts.
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NC Unclaimed Property exceeds $919M; citizens reclaimed 70,447,817 in one year North Carolina’s Unclaimed Property currently exceeds $919 million dollars. Unclaimed property consists of bank accounts, wages, utility deposits, insurance policy proceeds, stocks, bonds, and contents of safe deposit boxes that typically have been abandoned for one to five years. Funds become unclaimed because the company loses track of the consumer, due to an incorrect address or other missing information. By law, these funds are escheated, or turned over, to the Department of State Treasurer for safekeeping. As new funds are added, the NC Cash database is updated, which means that your name could be listed right now. Visit https://unclaimed. nccash.com/app/claimsearch to find you may be richer than you think! To search the database
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Self-improvement strategies to make resolutions a reality Self-improvement is at the heart of the majority of New Year’s resolutions. Individuals resolving to read more or live a more active lifestyle or travel are all attempting better themselves. Resolutions can be hard to keep, as the hectic pace of daily life can make it hard to find time for new activities. Individuals who want to see their resolutions through to the end can try utilizing various self-improvement strategies to help them achieve their goals. • Share your goals with others whom you respect. Resolutions may involve intensely personal goals, but sharing those goals with people you respect can have a profound effect on your ability to achieve them. A recent study from researchers at The Ohio State University examined the effects of sharing target goals with others. In the study, which was published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, 171 undergraduates were asked to move a slider on a computer to the number 50 as many times as they could within a given time frame. After doing this, they were asked to do it again
but this time they were asked to set a specific goal regarding how many times they could do it within the allotted time. Someone identified as a “lab assistant” then went to check on their goals, but the assistants were presented differently to different groups, and one group was not checked on at all. One assistant was well-dressed and introduced as a doctoral student, while the other was casually dressed and identified as a community college student. Researchers found that those who shared their goals with the doctoral level assistant reported feeling more committed to their goal and in fact performed better than participants in the other groups. Researchers concluded that individuals who share their goals with people they respect are more likely to commit to those goals than people who keep their goals to themselves. • Start small, but don’t stay small. Setting small goals may not make individuals feel like they’re en route to the dramatic changes they feel they need. However, research indicates that incremental goals can provide the early motivation people need to achieve larger
goals. However, researchers at Peking University in China discovered that, while incremental goals helped people make more early progress, that progress waned if they did not eventually transition to their larger goals. Individuals can use their early successes to instill the confidence that makes them believe they can achieve their larger goals. • Change your perception of setbacks. Many a New Year’s resolution has fallen by the wayside due to setbacks. For example, someone who aspires to lose 20 lbs. may be trying to lose one pound per week for 20 weeks running. If an individual fails to lose that pound in a given week or even gains weight, that setback may compel that person to abandon the larger goal. But instead of seeing and even accepting that setback as a sign of failure,
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both adults and children in unique ways. Harvard Medical School notes that studies have found that artistic expression can help people with depression and anxiety. Young children, including preschoolers, also can benefit from painting, which helps them develop both their fine and gross motor skills and improves hand-eye coordination. Parents of adolescents should know that painting has also been found to be a productive outlet for teenagers to express themselves, and the process of seeing a painting project through from inception to completion can boost confidence and self-esteem. As the new year dawns and resolutions are made, families can look to various hobbies they can engage in together to make the year ahead both happy and healthy.
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can benefit entire families. A 2015 study published in the journal Landscape and Urban Planning found that hiking can help to reduce feelings of anxiety. Hiking trails run the gamut from flat trails that are ideal for families that include young children to more challenging trails that require a little climbing. • Cycling: Cycling is another healthy, family-friendly hobby. The experts at MD Anderson Cancer Center note that cycling builds muscle, helps people maintain a healthy weight, releases endorphins that can make it easier to relieve and manage stress, and improves balance. Both adults and children can reap those rewards. When cycling with young children, parents can look for flat cycling paths that won’t discourage kids or require them to do more
THIS ACTION BROUGHT PURSUANT TO THE POWER AND AUTHORITY contained within that certain Deed of Trust executed and delivered by Frank Maddox, Jr. and Flora B. Maddox dated August 9, 2016 and recorded on August 16, 2016 in Book 1724 at Page 1803 in the Ofﬁce of Register of Deeds of Cleveland County, North Carolina. As a result of a default in the obligations contained within the Promissory Note and Deed of Trust and the failure to carry out and perform the stipulation and agreements contained therein, the holder of the indebtedness secured by said Deed of Trust made demand to have the default cured, which was not met. Therefore, the undersigned Substitute Trustee will place for sale that parcel of land, including improvements thereon, situated, lying and being in the City of Kings Mountain, County of Cleveland, State of North Carolina, and being more particularly described in the heretofore referenced Deed of trust. Said sale will be a public auction to the highest bidder for cash, at the usual place of sale at the Cleveland County Courthouse, Shelby, North Carolina, on January 18, 2022 at 11:30 AM Address of Property: 903 Monroe Avenue, Kings Mountain, NC 28086Tax Parcel ID: 9090Present Record Owners: The Heirs of Flora B. Maddox The terms of the sale are that the real property hereinbefore described will be sold for cash to the highest bidder. A deposit of ﬁve percent (5%) of the amount of the bid or Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750.00), whichever is greater, is required and must be tendered in the form of certiﬁed funds at the time of the sale. The successful bidder will be required to pay revenue stamps on the Trustee’s Deed, any Land Transfer Tax, and costs for recording the Trustee’s Deed. The real property hereinabove described is being offered for sale “AS IS, WHERE IS” and will be sold subject to all superior liens, unpaid taxes, special assessments and other encumbrances. Other conditions will be announced at the sale. The sale will be held open for ten (10) days for upset bids, as by law required. The sale will not conﬁrm until there have been ten (10) consecutive days with no upset bids having been ﬁled. If for any reason the Trustee is unable to convey title to this property, or if the sale is set aside, the sole remedy of the purchaser is the return of the bid deposit. Furthermore, if the validity of the sale is challenged by any party, the Trustee in its sole discretion, if it believes the challenge to have merit, may declare the sale to be void and return the bid deposit. In either event, the purchaser will have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee, the Mortgagee’s attorney, or the Trustee. Additional notice required for Residential Real Property with Less Than Fifteen (15) Rental Units: An order for possession of the property may be issued pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 in favor of the purchaser and against the party or parties in possession by the clerk of superior court of the county in which the property is sold. Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered into or renewed on or after October 1, 2007, may, after receiving the notice of sale, terminate the rental agreement by providing written notice of termination to the landlord, to be effective on a date stated in the notice that is at least ten (10 days, but no more than 90 day, after the sale date contained in the notice of sale, provided that the mortgagor has not cured the default at the time the tenant provides the notice of termination. Upon termination of a rental agreement, the tenant is liable for rent due under the rental agreement prorated to the effective date of the termination. Posted: Witness: Assistant/Deputy clerk of Superior Court Albertelli Law Partners North Carolina, P.A., Substitute Trustee By: Albertelli Law Partners North Carolina, P.A. David W. Neill, Esq. NC State Bar No. 23396 205 Regency Executive Park Drive Suite 100 Charlotte, NC 28217 T: 704-970-039121-SP-149/21004879A-4739064
Resolutions to get fit might garner the bulk of people’s attention come New Year’s Day. But resolution season also marks a great time for busy families to commit to spending more time together. Hobbies can bring people together, which makes them an ideal outlet for families who want to spend more time with one another. Families on the lookout for hobbies they can enjoy together can consider the following activities. • Hiking: Hiking is a family-friendly activity that’s free and ideal for individuals who also want to turn over a healthy leaf as the new year dawns. The cardiovascular benefits of hiking are well-documented and include lowering hikers’ risk for serious ailments, including heart disease. But the exposure to nature that hiking provides
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Cybersecurity student competition can earn scholarships and advanced training Governor Roy Cooper is again encouraging high school students in North Carolina to explore careers in cybersecurity by participating in CyberStart America, a free online cybersecurity competition sponsored by the National Cyber Scholarship Foundation and SANS Institute. Any student in grades 9-12 can discover their aptitude for cybersecurity and computer science while also earning chances to win college scholarships. Complete details, including how to register, can be found at www.cyberstartamerica. org. "We have to evolve in the way we implement cybersecurity to help keep us safe from online threats,” Governor Cooper said. “Part of how we do that is by attracting the next generation of talented cybersecurity professionals to public service. CyberStart America
helps us do that." According to Cyber Seek, an initiative funded by the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education, there are 21,010 vacant cyber-related positions in North Carolina. Nationally, that number tops nearly 600,000. “Significant, high-profile cybersecurity events across the country this past year have highlighted how vulnerable we are to ransomware and other threats and have underscored how critical it is to protect and defend against them,” said James Weaver, state chief information officer and secretary of the N.C. Department of Information Technology. “Programs like CyberStart America help create educational pathways and opportunities to build a diverse and talented cyber pipeline to help address our future challenges.” CyberStart America is
a series of games in which students solve cybersecurity-related puzzles and explore related topics, such as code breaking, programming, networking and digital forensics. Students need no knowledge or experience in information technology or cybersecurity to participate. They learn everything they need to know in the
game. Students who do well can earn access to scholarships and advanced training. Last year, 1,165 North Carolina students participated in CyberStart America. Eighteen won college scholarships and the opportunity to participate in the Cyber Foundations Academy, a multi-week
LEGAL NOTICE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF CLEVELAND NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBTORS Having qualiﬁed on 20th of December, 2021 as Administrator of the Estate of LAURA LOUISE HUMPHRIES BARTEE, deceased, of Cleveland County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons, ﬁrms, and corporations having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned Keith N. Bartee, Administrator on or before the 29th day of March, 2022 or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons, ﬁrms, and corporations indebted to the said estate to please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 29th day of December, 2021.
LEGAL NOTICE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF CLEVELAND IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION BEFORE THE CLERK In the Matter of the Estate of: NELLIE J. GOODE, Deceased EXECUTRIX NOTICE Having qualiﬁed on the 21st day of December, 2021 as Executrix of the Estate of Nellie J. Goode, deceased, late of Cleveland County, North Carolina this is to notify all persons, ﬁrms and corporations having claims against the decedent to exhibit the same to the undersigned Executrix on or before the 30th day of March, 2022 or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons, ﬁrms and corporations indebted to the estate should make immediate payment. This the 29th day of December, 2021 Tenner L. Goode, Ex. 117 Tin Mine Road Kings Mountain, NC 28086 C. Andrew Neisler, Jr. CLONINGER & NEISLER P.O. Box 515 300 E. King Street Kings Mountain, NC 28086 KMH (12/29 & 1/5,12,19/2022)
LEGAL NOTICE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF CLEVELAND NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBTORS Having qualiﬁed on 28th of December, 2021 as Administratrix of the Estate of KEITH DECATER ADAMS, deceased, of Cleveland County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons, ﬁrms, and corporations having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned, Beverly Adams Gibbs, Administratrix, on or before the 5th day of April, 2022 or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons, ﬁrms, and corporations indebted to the said estate to please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 5th of January, 2022. Beverly Adams Gibbs, Administratrix Estate of: Keith Decater Adams 300 Crocker Road Kings Mountain, NC 28086 KMH (1/05, 12, 19 & 26/2022)
Keith N. Bartee, Administrator Estate of: Laura Louise Humphries Bartee 2803 Camp Creek Church Road Mooresboro, NC 28114 KMH (12/29/2021 & 1/05,12 & 19/2022)
LEGAL NOTICE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF CLEVELAND NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBTORS Having qualiﬁed on 29th of April, 2021 as Administratrix of the Estate of LALA MARIE WIGGINS TEAGUE; aka, LALA MARIE TEAGUE, deceased, of Cleveland County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons, ﬁrms, and corporations having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned Helen Fletcher, Administratrix on or before the 29th day of March, 2022 or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons, ﬁrms, and corporations indebted to the said estate to please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 29th day of December, 2021. Helen Fletcher, Administratrix Estate of: Lala Marie Wiggins Teague; aka, Lala Marie Teague 1446 Boyd Road Gastonia, NC 28052 KMH (12/29/2021, 1/05,12 &19/2022)
LEGAL NOTICE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF CLEVELAND NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBTORS Having qualiﬁed on 14th of December, 2021 as Executrix of the Estate of HAZEL RUTH HIPP, deceased, of Cleveland County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons, ﬁrms, and corporations having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned, Debra Hipp Fletcher, Executrix, on or before the 22nd day of March, 2022 or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons, ﬁrms, and corporations indebted to the said estate to please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 22nd day of December, 2021. Debra Hipp Fletcher, Executrix Estate of: Hazel Ruth Hipp 623 E. Gold Street Kings Mountain, NC 28086 KMH (12/22, 29, 2021 & 1/05, 12/2022)
LEGAL NOTICE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF CLEVELAND NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Parcel 10699
IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION BEFORE THE CLERK
Please accept this as information that Josh Butler (Gateway Design Group), Applicant and Baird Family LTD partnership, Owner have requested an amendment to the Zoning Map of the City of Kings Mountain regarding the above referenced parcel as follows:
In the Matter of the Estate of: NANNIE I FLETCHER aka NANNIE INGLE, NANNIE E. FLETCHER, Deceased
Rezone property located in Kings Mountain currently owned by Baird Family LTD partnership and being located on El Bethel Road. Property being further known as Parcel Number 10699 and consisting of 33.04 acres more or less, from Rural (RU) to Suburban Residential (SR) – Case No. Z-21-1.
EXECUTRIX NOTICE Having qualiﬁed on the 21st day of December, 2021 as Executrix of the Estate of Nannie I. Fletcher, deceased, late of Cleveland County, North Carolina this is to notify all persons, ﬁrms and corporations having claims against the decedent to exhibit the same to the undersigned Executor on or before the 30th day of March, 2022 or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons, ﬁrms and corporations indebted to the estate should make immediate payment.
The public hearing will be held at City Hall, 101 W. Gold Street, Kings Mountain, North Carolina on January 25th at 6:00 p.m. in Council Chambers. The public is invited and encouraged to attend. Opportunity for public input will be offered during the public hearing portion of the meeting. A copy of the application may be obtained by contacting the City of Kings Mountain Community Planning Department at 704-734-4595.
This the 29th day of December, 2021
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Timothy Edward Fletcher, Ex 1005 Ramseur Street Kings Mountain, NC 28086 C. Andrew Neisler, Jr. CLONINGER & NEISLER P.O. Box 515 300 E. King Street Kings Mountain, NC 28086
cybersecurity training and certification course. Emily Chen, a senior at Panther Creek High School, was among the top 30 students in the nation to have the highest point scores in the competition. “Prior to this program, I
honestly had no idea I could pursue a career in cybersecurity,” Chen said. “I've gained skills that made me realize it's something I really enjoy doing. If you're hesitant, I just say give it a try. It's free. You just have to sign up.”
LEGAL NOTICE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF CLEVELAND NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBTORS Having qualiﬁed on 16th of December, 2021 as Co-Administratrixes of the Estate of MARY WISHER HAMRICK, deceased, of Cleveland County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons, ﬁrms, and corporations having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned Deborah Ramsey Davis, Co-Administratrix and/or Susan Ramsey Eng, Co-Administratrix on or before the 22nd day of March, 2022 or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons, ﬁrms, and corporations indebted to the said estate to please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 22nd day of December, 2021. Deborah Ramsey Davis, Co-Administratrix Estate of: Mary Wisher Hamrick 819 Ninety-Nine Island Road Blacksburg, SC 29702 and/or Susan Ramsey Eng, Co-Administratrix 156 Quail Hollow Drive Kings Mountain, NC 28086 KMH (12/22, 29/2021 & 1/05 & 12/2022)
LEGAL NOTICE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF CLEVELAND NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBTORS Having qualiﬁed on 17th of June, 2021 as Administrator of the Estate of WILLIAM THOMAS DOSTER, JR., deceased, of Cleveland County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons, ﬁrms, and corporations having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned at McIntyre Elder Law Firm, 233 E. Graham Street, Shelby, North Carolina, on or before the 5th day of April, 2022 or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons, ﬁrms, and corporations indebted to the said estate to please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 5th day of January, 2022. Brenton S. Begley, Administrator CTA PO Box 165, Shelby, NC 28151 233 E. Graham Street Shelby, NC 28150 KMH (1/05,12, 19 & 26/2022)
LEGAL NOTICE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF CLEVELAND NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBTORS Having qualiﬁed on 16th of December, 2021 as Administrator of the Estate of LAURETTE JOY HAWKINS, deceased, of Cleveland County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons, ﬁrms, and corporations having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned Mark Sexton, Administrator on or before the 22nd day of March, 2022 or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons, ﬁrms, and corporations indebted to the said estate to please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 22nd day of December, 2021. Mark Sexton, Administrator Estate of: Laurette Joy Hawkins 10460 Roosevelt Blvd N. # 384 St. Petersburg, Fl. 33716 KMH (12/22,29/2021 & 1/5,12/2022)
LEGAL NOTICE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF CLEVELAND IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION BEFORE THE CLERK FILE NO. 21 E 686 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF BETTY BRACKETT FALLS EXECUTRIX’S NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualiﬁed on the 23rd day of July, 2021, as the Executrix of the Estate of Betty Brackett Falls, deceased, late of 604 Linwood Road, Kings Mountain, Cleveland County, North Carolina, this to notify all persons, ﬁrms, and corporations having claims against the estate of said decedent to exhibit the same to the undersigned Executrix on or before 90 days of said notice or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons, ﬁrms, and corporations indebted to the said estate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned Executrix. This the 15th day of December, 2021. Executrix: Gloria Jean Moore Executrix of the Estate of Betty Brackett Falls 102 Montcliff Drive Kings Mountain, NC 28086 Attorney: Timothy K. Moore, Attorney at Law 305 East King Street Kings Mountain, NC 28086 (704) 739-1221 KMH (12/15, 22, 29/2021 & 1/05/2022)
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ANNOUNCEMENTS 7000 TV CHANNELS for $300. 65 inch, New Samsung Smart TV, $650. New iphone12, $650, $10 - Sam Club Card. Sales people need it. 704-962-9007.
GOLDEN DOMERS TOY AND HOBBY. visit our NEW LOCATION .....Model Cars, Die-cast Cars & Trucks, Tractors, Hot Wheels, Construction Toys, Sports Memorabilia, Autographed Items, Hard to Find Items! See Mike & Brandon Willis. We’re located at 104 Oliver Ave. (behind El Acapulco Mexican Restaurant in Boiling Springs), Shelby 704-297-0102 or 704-297-0103
COINS * COINS * COINS. We Buy & Sell Coins. “Coin Collector Supplies.” JAKE’S KNIVES & COLLECTIBLES. 1008 South Lafayette Street, Shelby. Call 704-600-6996 (980) 295-5568
EMPLOYMENT NEED A CAR DISMANTLER at Auto Parts of Shelby. Apply in person at 1021 County Home Road, Shelby, NC 28152. 704-487-5234 CARE GIVER LOOKING TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR LOVED ONES. 20+ years. Excellent references. Bathe, light housekeeping/cooking, meds, errands. 704-974-5706 SIT WITH ELDERLY Parttime. Experience. Reasonable rates. 704-482-0093. A&R CONSTRUCTION & MASONRY is now hiring laborers. Please call Roberto Garcia. (704) 967-5848 ALIVE APPAREL SCREEN PRINTING. Hiring for Production Worker, Warehouse, Screen Department needed. Apply in person M-F 8am3pm. 331 Jim Cline Road, Fallston, NC. 28042 ONE ON ONE CARE is hiring for full/part time in the group homes for 2nd shift. Transport experience recommended not required. Hrs are 2p-11p weekdays and 8p-8a weekends. Apply in person at 203 Lee St. Shelby FULL TIME MAINTENANCE MAN NEEDED. Maintain rental properties. Must have valid NC Drivers license. Pay depends on experience. (704) 473-4299
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES TABLE TOP SALES BOOTH AVAILABLE. To sell your products over the holidays at our inside location in Kings Mountain, NC. For inquiry call 704-750-6102 or you may e. mail JimmHernd@aol.com
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24 HOUR MOBILE MECHANIC. I will come to you to repair any car, lawnmower or tractor. Honest & reliable. (704) 300-2332
ROOFING, SIDING, GUTTERS, LEAF GUARDS. TIM’S ROOF CONTRACTORS IS YOUR LOCAL PROFESSIONAL ON ALL TYPES OF SHINGLE ROOFING, METAL ROOFING, FLAT ROOFING AND WE INSTALL ALL STYLES AND COLORS OF VINYL SIDING, SOFFITS, FASCIA TRIM AND ALUMINUM WRAP. WE ARE HIGHLY RATED ON GOOGLE 4.9 STARS WITH 162 REVIEWS/ BBB ACCREDITED WITH AN A+ RATING/ BACKGROUND CHECKED PLUS OWENS CORNING PREFERRED CONTRACTORS STATUS. WE OFFER FREE QUOTES / ROOFING REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENT SERVICES. CALL US TO TALK TO THE LOCAL PRO FOR SERVICES IN CLEVELAND, GASTON, LINCOLN AND RUTHERFORD COUNTIES. CALL US TODAY 980-522-5606 OR CONTACT US THROUGH OUR WEBSITE TIMSROOF. COM. WE WOULD LIKE TO EARN YOUR BUSINESS. (980) 522-5606 SALES@TIMSROOF.COM CLEVELAND COUNTY GARAGE DOORS. Summer Tune-up Special, $59.95. We will check all your equipment lube, make sure it’s working correctly. We repair broken doors. Also offering new installations. 704-477-9119 or 704-472-9367. GENERAL LAND MANAGEMENT. Bush Hogging, Backhoe & Box Blade Work.”We Do Land Clearing & Cleanup. Driveways and Roads. Tree and Debris Removal. “Reasonable Rates!” Satisfaction Guaranteed! Contact David Gregory at (256) 636-1255 JIM’S PAINTING SERVICES. Exterior painting only. Free estimates. You will be pleased with our work. We have references. 828-287-9272. 828429-7511. (828) 429-7511 HANDYMAN. All rental and residential services. No job too small. Call Wray at 704674-0494 IT’S TIME TO TRIM CREPE MYRTLE TREES. Spreading Mulch or Gravel, minor chainsaw work and storm clean-up. I can do many of your outside chores with over 15 years experience all over Cleveland County and stretching to the Forest City area. Nice, honest, dependable, clean, drugfree, he’s an all around great guy and handyman, so call Rob today and see what I can help you with. 980-295-0750. SHIPMAN’S MASONRY- 48 YEARS EXPERIENCE. Brick, Block & Stone, Outside Fireplaces, Foundations, Underpinnings. “Free Estimates”. 1st Quality Work! (863) 5321587
FOR SALE DAVID ALLAN COE COLLECTORS LP “Buckstone County Prison” 1978 Soundtrack Album $75. Call 980-329-2648 or (704) 4358382 TWO GOLF CARTS FOR SALE. One white and one Carolina blue. Call Hillard Wise, Cherryville, 704-4773500 BLANTON’S TREE SERVICE. TREE TRIMMING AND REMOVAL, STORM CLEANUP, DRIVEWAY AND OTHER SMALL GRADING JOBS .. FREE ESTIMATES. CALL KALEB 704-692-4203 OR 704-692-3562 TRIPLE D PAINTING, LLC. All your painting needs. Free estimates. Over 25 yrs experience! Framing, facial boards and much more wood work available! Making your home, building or business look new again. (704) 418-5736 email@example.com
931 CATERPILLAR STEEL TRACK. 4 in 1 Bucket Loader. Good Tracks. & Sprockets. Only $14,800. Call anytime (704) 284-1694 FOR SALE MOMMA BEAR Freestanding Wood Heater, $550; 2 Sets Gas logs propane, $250 for both, $150 each; Cabinet Style Electric Heater ﬁreplace, $450. 828286-4426 or 828-289-0901 JAZZY ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR $350. 2 yr old Jazzy power wheelchair. FDA Class II Medical Device. (828) 3150935 zamcey2003@yahoo. com
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COUCH, 2 TABLES, 2 LAMPS $500. Grey Super Comfy Couch is less than a year old, two light colored wood end tables, two lamps. (828) 315-0935
ENCLOSED TRAILERS IN STOCK! 6’x10’, 6’x12’, 7’x12’ and 7’x16’ contact J. Johnson Sales, Inc., Forest City. (828) 245-5895
WANT TO BUY CARS, TRUCKS. Trailers, Tractors, Farm Equipment. Must have ID and proof of ownership. Callahan’s Towing. (704) 6921006
MATTRESSES, WASH MACHINE AND MORE! Mattress Sets gently used in spare bedrooms; no stains, lumps, or damages! (1) F $100; (2) - Q - $150 & $250; Adjustable Bed frame - raises/lowers head - new; $250; (1) Washing Machine - clean and gently used - $150, saddlebags for motorcycle - leather $75; medical knee scooters - new; $75 & $100. Must arrange appt. to see and purchase due to being in home. Available Thurs 12/30 until sold. (770) 6018618 lauracarswell2016@ gmail.com LIKE NEW Men’s Huffy Bicycle. Great Condition Must See! $50.00 Great Trail Rider call 828-782-7221 OAK DINING TABLE, 6 CHAIRS, Quality oak with Tile inlay, 6 matching chairs, excellent condition. (315) 3805259 firstname.lastname@example.org HORSE HAY FOR SALE. Square bales $6, round bales $40. (704) 692-6325 TWO CEMETERY LOTS at Cleveland Memorial Cemetery in Boiling Springs. $1,000 each. 828-289-3601. FIREWOOD FOR SALE. Full size truck $120, short bed $80, 9’ dump truck $250. Seasoned wood & ﬁre pit wood. Delivery available. (828) 4612379 ALL METAL GARAGES. Big Discounts! Zero down. Call for more details. 828-382-0455. 55 GALLON FISH TANK, COMPLETE. Brand new Total Gym and brand new green tool box with some tools. (704) 772-6585 EZ GROUT MUD HOG MIXER. EZ Grout Mud Hog Mixer, Grout Concrete Mortar Mixers. This mixer is less than 1 year old with very light duty. The mixer is over $11,000 new. (865) 296-2787 email@example.com RECLINER LIFT CHAIR $500. Navy blue. 1 yr old oversized lift recliner. Raises to standing position. velvety soft fabric. (828) 315-0935 2017 150CC SCOOTER. “Great Gift For Christmas” Black & Silver (Good Condition) only $550.00. Call (704) 473-5447
DUMP TRAILERS “WE GOT ‘EM”. 6’x10’, 6’x12’ and 7’x14’ (5 & 7 Ton) “All the Options on All! contact J. Johnson Sales, Inc., Forest City. (828) 2455895 UTILITY BUILDINGS, STORAGE BUILDINGS. Steel, Wood, Vinyl. Some fully insulated, 1 to 2 day delivery if buy from stock. Cash or low down payment with monthly payments. No credit ok. J. Johnson Sales INC. 828-2455895. 16’X40’ OR TWO STORY BUILDINGS BUILT ON SITE. 1 DAY INSTALL. J. Johnson Sales INC. 828-245-5895. FLAG POLES, FLAGS IN STOCK. Pickup or we deliver and install available. J. Johnson Sales INC, Forest City. Call 828-245-5895. CARPORTS, GARAGES, BUILDINGS, RV, BOAT COVERS IN STOCK. Areas largest on site display. Best selection, quality price. J. Johnson Sales, Inc. 2690 Hwy. 221S., Forest City. 828-245-5895. HAVE A STORAGE BUILDING NOT USING, OUTGROWN IT? Sell it, trade in for new bigger one. We take trades, we buy used buildings. Must be factory built, able to move. J. Johnson Sales INC. 828-245-5895. HORSE QUALITY HAY. Square and round bales. Call (704) 487-6855 PROMOTE YOUR BUSINESS with Scratch Pads! Press Room Printing. 704482-2243. (704) 538-5788 TRAILERS, LAWNMOWER TRAILERS, Flatbed Trailers, Enclosed Trailers, Horse and Cattle Trailers, Saddlery. Check our prices and quality before you buy. Bridges Riding Equipment. Boiling Springs, NC. (704) 434-6389
REFRIGERATORS, STOVES, WASHERS, DRYERS. Discount Prices. 1205 Earl Road, Shelby NC. (704) 487-4443 TABLE TOP SALES BOOTH AVAILABLE. To sell your products over the holidays at our inside location in Kings Mountain, NC. For inquiry call 704-750-6102 or you may e. mail JimmHernd@aol.com CHRISTMAS SALE OF NEW PRODUCTS. 1. Back supports — Gator face mask — Toboggans — Scarfs 2. Compression sleeves for arms, legs and wrist for those who suffer pain in these areas of the body. 3. Our specialty division manufacture and supply Antimicrobial Sneeze sleeves and Handkerchiefs that help to stop the spreading of germs that one would ﬁnd in ﬂu and common cold. ( Purchase ) 4. We are located at 143 Rollingbrook road — Kings Mountain, NC Sales ofﬁce open from 9:30 a.m until 4:30 pm Friday and Saturday DEER CORN, 60 POUND BAG. $9. Callahan Farms. Cletus: 704-300-5341; Steve: 704-472-8865; Todd: 704692-1627 RIDING/PUSH MOWERS, GARDEN TILLERS, GOKARTS, MINI-BIKES. Ready to mow. All in excellent condition. Can deliver, 30+ years experience in repair work. 828-980-0853, 704-4769383.
2014 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN Call for Price. Braunability Handicap Van. Side entry ramp. Transfer driver seat. Ideal van for disabled person who uses a wheel chair and can still drive. Equipped to add hand controls. (704) 692-6248 firstname.lastname@example.org
FARM & GARDEN 931 CATERPILLAR STEEL TRACK. 4 in 1 Bucket Loader. Good Tracks. & Sprockets. Only $14,800. Call anytime (704) 284-1694
PETS & LIVESTOCK EIGHT GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES. Born November 23rd. Should be ready in 3 weeks. Registered parents on site. 704-689-5253 LABRADOODLE PUPPIES FOR SALE. 6 weeks old, 1st shots, vet checked, $900. 864-492-2880 ADULT QUAIL $5 EACH. Quail Chicks $1.50 ea. Quail eggs $3 per doz, 50% hatch rate guaranteed. (704) 4769943 AKC REGISTERED BELGIAN MALINOIS PUPS. 9 weeks old. $850 (704) 2842099 GUINEAS FOR SALE LAWNDALE AREA. Downsizing guinea ﬂock. 2 months old, 1 year old and 2 years old. $10, $15, $20. We have pearl, pied and sky blue. Serious inquiries message for more info. (704) 477-8564 FLEMISH GIANT RABBITS FOR SALE Flemish Giant baby rabbits for sale. They are great with kids! We have a variety of colors and located in Kings Mountain, NC. (704) 734-8392 ccwade2012@ gmail.com TWO SEVEN YEAR OLD YORKIES. 1 male, 1 female. Need fenced yard or housekept. All shots. $600 each negotiable. 828-200-7441.
VACATIONS OCEAN LAKES MYRTLE BEACH. Cottage N34. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, den, kitchen, dining, covered deck, near country store. Call Dorcas, 803-718-2659.
REAL ESTATE CLEVELAND COUNTY NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? I PURCHASE UNWANTED RENTAL PROPERTY AND/OR STARTER HOMES. MUST BE PRICED TO SELL! “QUICK CLOSINGS”! Call 704-472-0006. POLK COUNTY POLK COUNTY, SUNNYVIEW, NC. FOR SALE BY OWNER. Convenient location, 8 acre Restricted Estate Lot. Owner Finance Available. Call 828-429-3287.
FOR RENT CLEVELAND COUNTY NO HEAT BILLS HERE. 3 room apartment, (1 BR, 1 BA), Shelby, excellent location, Second ﬂoor. Not HAP eligible. No pets or smoking. Heat & water included in $525 month. 704-487-5480. 2 BEDROOM, 1-1/2 BATH HOUSE for rent. Close to town, HVAC, safe area. $850 month, $850 deposit. Call 704-300-2820
FIREWOOD FOR SALE. All types already split. Can deliver. Truck & Trailer loads, starting at $75. Will negotiate. 704-466-7623 FIREWOOD FOR SALE. Long wheelbase load. Fully loaded. $70.00/load. Delivered. 864-492-4793 or 803627-9408.
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ASSORTMENT OF CHILTON REPAIR MANUALS. I have a large assortment of Chilton Auto Repair Manuals. Some are imports and trucks. Some Motor Manuals all are hard back copies. Best Offer! (704) 300-1818 email@example.com FESCUE HAY FOR SALE. $4.50 per bale. Call 704-5384110. If no answer leave message.
WANTED: OLD AND NEW AMMO. Reloading supplies. Call 828-245-6756 or cell # 828-289-1488.
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CKC GERMAN SHEPHERD MALE PUPPIES. These two adorable boys are looking for their forever families. Born October 8th, they are vet checked, dewormed, and vaccinated. Asking $600 each. Please call for more details. (704) 734-7088 Joelovestina1@gmail.com USE SEAL N HEAL® on dogs & cats to seal wounds with a bitter taste to prevent gnawing, allow healing. At Tractor Supply® (www.ﬂeabeacon.com)
LOST STEEL WHEEL COVER for 2006 Toyota (like the one pictured). Lost in Rutherford County. If found please call 828-245-2371.
WANT TO BUY WE BUY JUNK VEHICLES. WE BUY JUNK CARS, TRUCKS AND VANS ANY CONDITION MUST HAVE PROOF OF OWNERSHIP AND ID (704) 487-5244 CREST M I D D LE@AOL . COM
REGISTERED ENGLISH SETTER PUPPIES. Ready by Jan. 14th. Will come with ﬁrst shots, dewormed and micro chipped. Parents are accomplished hunters! Taking Deposits - $600 each. (704) 477-3339 DOG KENNELS. 7x7, 5x10, 10x10, 10x20, 20x20 tops, split kennels. Pickup or we deliver and install available. J. Johnson Sales INC, Forest City. 828-245-5895.
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WE BUY USED TRAILERS with Titles. J. Johnson Sales Inc. Call 828-245-5895. WANT TO BUY. ATV’s, PopUp Campers and Small Travel Trailers. Call 828-429-3935.
NICE COUNTRY LIVING. 2 or 3BR mobile homes for rent. 10 minutes from Shelby. NO PETS. Seniors welcome. No Texts. 843-957-9299. 2&3 BEDROOM MOBILE HOMES. Nice and clean, water furnished. Oak Grove Community, Kings Mtn. Call or text, 704-739-0259. LIONS SENIOR VILLAGE has 1 bedroom HUD subsidized apartments for low income seniors. Taking applications. Age 62 or older. Equal Housing Opportunity. 211 North Morgan Street, (704) 482-7723
RUTHERFORD COUNTY 2013 HONDA ACCORD SDN White, Automatic, 84,000 miles, Excellent Condition, Under Warranty, Service Records Available. $12000. Call (704) 600-5491 2011 FORD RANGER XLT, 4x4, 4 dr., 4.0 engine, aluminum wheels, chrome rails, 68K miles, $9,995.828-2873820.
40X40 FT. METAL STORAGE BUILDING for rent. $200.00 per month. Poors Ford Road near the Polk County Line, Rutherfordton, NC. 603-5403813. 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, on secluded 1 acre lot. No pets. First, last, security. 55 & older. Background check. Shiloh area. 828-429-9831. 2 & 3 BEDROOM MOBILE HOMES. Small private park between Spindale and Forest City. Starting at $500 per month. 828-382-0475.
I PAY CASH FOR DIABETIC TEST STRIPS. Up to $10 per 100ct. Must be Unused, Unexpired. I’m local and pay fast. (828) 577-4197 CASH FOR YOUR CAR running or not, title or no title. Call Charles Dellinger at Red Road Towing. 704692-6767, (704) 487-0228
MOBILE HOMES & APARTMENTS. In Kings Mountain. Price starting at $100 per week. Call (704) 739-4417
LAUREL HILL APARTMENTS. Will stop taking applications effective December 1, 2021 for our 1 bedroom waiting lists. 704-487-1114
WE NEED YOUR PALLETS. Contact Custom Pallets of the Carolinas. We also need people experienced in pallet repair. Call Amanda at (828) 748-7844 NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? I PURCHASE UNWANTED RENTAL PROPERTY AND/OR STARTER HOMES. MUST BE PRICED TO SELL! “QUICK CLOSINGS”! Call 704-472-0006.
HICKORY CREEK APARTMENTS FOR SENIORS. (62 and older), disabled (50 and older). Shelby. Now taking applications for waiting list. 418 East Warren Street, (704) 487-6354
2006 MERCEDES-BENZ C-CLASS C280 4matic, 6 cyl., auto., loaded, good miles, new tires, great car. $2,995 OBO sell or trade. 828-429-8833.
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Wednesday, January 5, 2022
NCDHHS expands water program to pay more water bills The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services announced January 4 an expansion to their Low-Income Household Water Assistance Program to now include all low-income households needing assistance in paying their water bill, regardless of whether it has been shut off or not. The program was launched last month with $38 million in federal funds that was given to our state to help pay water bills for North Carolina households that were affected by the
COVID-19 pandemic. The program was initially set up to only help households who had had their service disconnected, but after a lower than anticipated application rate, they are now expanding it to include all low-income households. “Due to the pandemic and its impact on our economy, many households are struggling to maintain their water service,” said NCDHHS Deputy Secretary Tara Myers in a press release. “LIHWAP will continue to help families in North Carolina keep
their water running, a basic human need that’s critical for good sanitation and better health.” To be eligible for the newly expanded water assistance program, a North Carolina household must include at least 1 US citizen or eligible non-citizen and make no more than 150% of the federal poverty level. The federal poverty level is dependent on how many members each household contains: Persons in family/household Poverty level For families/households
with more than 8 persons, add $4,540 for each additional person. 1 $12,880 2 $17,420 3 $21,960 4 $26,500 5 $31,040 6 $35,580 7 $40,120 8 $44,660 Individuals and families can apply now online at epass.nc.gov. North Carolina households can apply through Sept. 30, 2023, or until all the funds are exhausted.
Gospel concert planned Lowesville Gospel Concerts @ Vineyard Church - 1062 South Hwy 16 - Stanley (Lowesville) NC presents a free concert Sat Jan 22nd at 5pm. The Stanley Pentecostal Church Bluegrass Band (above) will be sharing the gospel in song, along with Dennis Cook from Athens GA. Everyone is invited, so bring a friend and come worship our Lord with us. Contact: Carroll Cooke 704-618-9762
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How to Get Your Affairs in Order Dear Savvy Senior, I would like to get my personal, legal and ﬁnancial information organized so my kids will know what’s going on when I’m no longer around. Can you offer any tips on the best way to do this? Unorganized Emma
Dear Emma, Organizing your important papers and getting your personal and ﬁnancial affairs in order is a smart idea and wonderful gift to your loved ones. Here are some tips to get you started. Get Organized The ﬁrst step in getting your affairs in order is to gather up all your important personal, ﬁnancial and legal information so you can arrange it in a format that will beneﬁt you now, and your loved ones later. Then you’ll need to sit down and create various lists of important information and instructions of how you want certain things handled when you die or if you become incapacitated. Here’s a checklist of areas you need to focus on. PERSONAL INFORMATION • Contacts: Make a master list of names
and phone numbers of close friends, doctors, and professional advisers such as your lawyer, accountant, broker and insurance agent. • Medical information: Include a list of medications you take, along with any allergies and illnesses. • Personal documents: Include such items as your birth certiﬁcate, Social Security card, marriage license, military discharge papers, etc. • Secured places: List all the places you keep under lock and key such as safe deposit boxes, safe combination, security alarms, etc. • Digital assets: Make a list of all your digital assets, including everything from social media accounts to online banking accounts to home utilities that you manage online. It should include usernames and passwords. Use Rutgers Digital Assets Inventory Worksheet (njaes.rutgers. edu/money/pdfs/digital-assets-worksheet.pdf) as a guide. • Pets: If you have a pet, give instructions for the care of the animal. • End of life: Indicate your wishes for organ and tissue donation and write out your funeral instructions. If you’ve made pre-arrangements with a funeral home include a copy of agreement, their contact information and whether you’ve prepaid
LEGAL DOCUMENTS • Will, trust and estate plan: Include the original copy of your will and other estate planning documents you’ve made. • Financial power of attorney: This document names someone you trust to handle money matters if you’re incapacitated. • Advance health care directives: This includes a living will and medical power of attorney, which spell out your wishes regarding your end-of-life medical treatment when you can no longer make decisions for yourself. FINANCIAL RECORDS • Financial accounts: Make a list of all your bank accounts, brokerage and mutual fund accounts, and any other ﬁnancial assets you have. • Debts and liabilities: Make a list of any loans, leases or debts you have – mortgages owed, car loans, student loans, medical bills, credit card debts. Also, make a list of all credit and charge cards, including the card numbers and contact information. • Company beneﬁts: List any retirement plans, pensions or health beneﬁts from your current or former employer including the contact information of the beneﬁts
administrator. • Insurance: List the insurance policies you have (life, long-term care, home, auto, Medicare, Medigap, prescription drug, etc.) including the policy numbers, agents, and phone numbers. • Property: List real estate, vehicles and other properties you own, rent or lease and include documents such as deeds, titles, and loan or lease agreements. • Taxes: Include the location of your tax records and your tax preparer’s contact information. Keep all your organized information and ﬁles together in one convenient location, ideally in a ﬁreproof ﬁling cabinet or safe in your home. Also be sure to review and update it every year, and don’t forget to tell your kids where they can ﬁnd it.
If you need help, get a copy of “Get It Together: Organize Your Records So Your Family Won’t Have To” at Nolo.com for $17.50 for the downloadable versions, or $20 for a printed copy. Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or visit SavvySenior.org. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of “The Savvy Senior” book.
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