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Army Chaplain Talks About Loving The Lord, Stepping Out Of The Boat
Army Chaplain Talks About Loving The Lord, Stepping Out Of The Boat

Max Burgin made it clear, "The Lord's blessed me. It's all about the Lord."

The retired U.S. Army chaplain told stories for over an hour prompted by his lifelong friend, Kenneth McGinnis.

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The Sports Desk (East at R-S)
The Sports Desk (East at R-S)

Big Friday Game Round two of East Rutherford and R-S Central on the basketball court takes place this Friday, February 15th in Rutherfordton. While the rivalry is there, the conference and playoff races are still in full swing.

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A Dream That Might Work A Miracle
A Dream That Might Work A Miracle

If your name is Jill Miracle, would you try to work a miracle?

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Uneventful  Super Bowl?
Uneventful Super Bowl?

Super Bowl: I know it wasn't pretty offensively, but the defenses had much to do with it. New England played its best defense of the season, even without Patrick Chung in the second half.

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Outdoor Truths
Outdoor Truths

The bass fishing tournaments are getting ready to start with a vengeance. Once they begin, each weekend will offer another opportunity to fish for money.

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LEAD, FOLLOW OR GET OUT OF THE WAY...
Do you think you are a leader or a follower?
I'm a leader
I'm a follower
I can be both

Ralph Arnold Hudson, age 89
Ralph Arnold Hudson, age 89

Ralph Arnold Hudson, age 89 of Forest City passed away Friday, February 8, 2019.

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Listen To Life
Listen To Life

Got any old tools lying around?

Have you ever been rummaging through a drawer and discovered an old tool that you had lost? It could be a screwdriver or a pair of scissors or a hammer. When you find it, a tidal wave of memories comes with it.

Around our house we have a pair of scissors that belonged to my wife's mother. They're dull and we don't use them much, but every time we stumble on them we think of her mom. We also have a ladder that's kinda dangerous to use--it leans and you have to be careful climbing it. But that ladder belonged to my wife's dad so every time we use it we remember him.

Have you got any old tools lying around in your emotions? Do you believe the way you did when you were a child--believe that someone will take care of you and feed you? The kind of believing in the impossible that you might have lost as you grew older?

Rummage around within yourself and begin to believe again. Remember the times when you saw the impossible become possible. Believe so that you can make a positive life, not just a living, in a negative world.

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