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Tim "Izzy" Israel stops in Shelby while walking the country
Tim "Izzy" Israel stops in Shelby while walking the country
Tim "Izzy" Israel, who is walking across the United States to draw attention to term limits for Congress, came through Shelby, N.C., on May 24. Here he shows the sign on his backpack that is easily visible as he makes his way down America's highways. (pho
Tim "Izzy" Israel stops in Shelby while walking the country

His "Support of Term Limits" crusade is a coast-to-coast endeavor. On a personal quest to end Congressional term limits, Nashville, TN, resident Tim "Izzy" Israel brought his "Where Izzy?" trek/ tour through Shelby on May 24.

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Renovations continue on historic Courthouse
Renovations continue on historic Courthouse
In addition to the cupola repairs, roof renovations are also ongoing.
Renovations continue on historic Courthouse

If you have been in Uptown Shelby recently, you may have noticed repair work being done on the historic Courthouse, now the home of the Earl Scruggs Center. As it turns out, that very visible work is just the tip of the iceberg.

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KM Hometown Hero Jimmy Wayne honored with mural
KM Hometown Hero Jimmy Wayne honored with mural

The City of Kings Mountain, in partnership with the Tourism Development Authority and the Kings Mountain Little Theatre Board of Directors, have commissioned artist Scott Nurkin, founder of the North Carolina Musician Murals Project, to create a mural honoring hometown hero -- author, singer, songwriter, musician -- Jimmy Wayne as part of an art installment celebrating art and artists from North Carolina.

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 Neal Senior Center gradually reopening
Neal Senior Center gradually reopening

Like many organizations, the Neal Senior Center (NSC) has faced many challenges during the past year.

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Outdoor Truths
Outdoor Truths

.For most of my life I have owned dogs.

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Scott Francis Fortier

Scott Francis Fortier, 46, of 138 Byers Circle, passed away on Tuesday, June 1st, 2021, at his home.

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