Foothills Public Shooting Complex Range Director Sandra Orvig said the recent opening of their new expansion at the Complex is continuing to go well.
Abby Smith and Sophia Rametta
Girl Scout cookies - they are hard to resist! Two local scouts are especially good at selling these boxes of deliciousness, and as a result they received special recognition from the Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont (GSCP2P) region.
Mural artist Darrell Endicott (left) stands next to his most recent mural, done for his neighbor and friend, Vietnam veteran, former U.S. Army Sgt. Stanley Whitaker.
Local town Independence Day schedules for celebrations.
Independence Day schedules for local town celebrations.
A New Mexico Post 13 player waits for umpire\'s call.
Legion World Series to be held as originally scheduled.
Shelby playwright Ludy M. Wilkie with some of his degrees and commendations; most notably his U.S. Army Com
Shelby native Ludy Marvin Wilkie, is - among many other things - an accomplished playwright.
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. (p
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.
In addition to the cupola repairs, roof renovations are also ongoing.
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.
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.
Like many organizations, the Neal Senior Center (NSC) has faced many challenges during the past year.
The pickleball will fly when there is a hot game afoot at Shelby's J.L. Suttle Tennis Complex, soon to be the new home to six pickleball courts! These two co-ed teams are local folks who love the game and play every chance they get. (photos by MEP/CF Medi
It's one of the hottest new sports sweeping the nation and it is a sport called pickleball. It has, according to its purveyors, been around for quite a quite a while, at least since the mid- 60s
Shaila Hart, left, and Chris Dover, right, are helping to coordinate a Spring Art Sale on the GWU campus. The event will be held Saturday, April 24, 2021, from 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. Proceeds from the sale will benefit the student artists and the GWU art club.
James Moore; State Commander; Savannah McGlothlin $2,000 scholarship winner and Bill Oxford, National Commander.
The Shelby American Legion 82 Family hosted the State Oratorical Finals competition at the LeGrand Center on Sunday, March 7, 2021.
The Don Gibson Theatre (DGT) is once again taking its shows on the road. Three upcoming concerts are going to be held at the Cleveland County Fairgrounds (1751 E. Marion St., Shelby) instead of at the iconic 400-seat venue.
Justin Harper teaches a music class at the Earl Scruggs Center in Shelby in 2019. Harper has teamed up with the ESC to offer "Musical Explorations" classes throughout 2021.
Classes are now underway for a new music series offered by the Earl Scruggs Center (ESC) in Shelby.
The Cleveland Community College Yetis Men\'s Cross Country at the 2020 Region 10 Championship meet in Axton, Virginia. (L-R) William Fuzie, Dylan Williams, Drake Ballard, Coach Steve McCachren, Jonas Guffey, Kinser Hudson, and Noah Lesser.
First athletic program to compete as a true collegiate team and member of the NJCAA
CCPP founders Bill Horn, front left, and Doug Sharp, front right, share a lighthearted moment with Susan McConnell, back left, and Shelby FBC youth director Carol Ann Hoard, back right, and several members of the Potato Head family.
It was 2009, and local food banks and pantries were struggling to have enough food to feed the community. It was during this time that two friends from a Sunday School class at First Baptist Church in Shelby had an idea.
Krista Haynes, Hospice Cleveland County Patient/ Family Volunteer Coordinator, got to see first-hand a group of teens doing an act of great kindness.
This quilt was made between 1894-1933. This is a "Tulip" pattern quilt made of white material (now faded) on the front with designs of purple and pink tulips with green vines. The reverse side is pink and bare, with no design. This quilt was owned and mad
If your grandmother or mother ever stitched a quilt, you might see some familiar-looking specimens in the newest exhibit at the Kings Mountain Historical Museum (KMHM).
Caitlin Cobb, 17, stands beside the plane she trained and soloed in, a Cessna Skyhawk 172. (photos provided)
Mischia and Greg Taylor not only got engaged in a horse-drawn carriage, but they also rode in a carriage on their wedding day.
Love will be in the air on Feb. 13, 2021, in Uptown Shelby. For the first time ever, the city is hosting carriage rides for Valentine's Day, or rather Valentine's Eve.
Hampton Inn had a creative design for their "Hearts for Hospice" display in 2019.
The past year has been difficult for everyone, but non-profit organizations have been perhaps hit the hardest.
Pinnacle Classical Academy's grade 7-12 robotics team, the Pi Rho Eagles, are (L-R): Daniel Briceno, David Briceno, Ben Caunt, Jayden Robbs, Chesnee Stewart, Robert Stockham, Aiden Leon, Matthew Morehead, and Owen Slagle. (Missing from photo - Casey Green
Pinnacle Classical Academy's Dean of Academics, Jeff Ziegler, said recently the school's grade 7 through 12 robotics team, the Pi Rho Eagles, competed in two multi-school remote scrimmage competitions during the first semester and won both competitions.
LIVESTRONG's certifi ed trainer Carl Greene and instructor Margaret Litton at the Dover YMCA, which offers the free program. (photos by MEP/CF Media)
Shelby's Dover YMCA's free "LIVESTRONG" is all about providing an individual workout in a group setting for cancer survivors 18 and older, said instructor Margaret Litton recently.
American Legion Post 82 member and Captain of the Post's Color Guard, Bob Bona, salutes after placing a wreath at a veteran's grave. (photos provided)
In a recent media release, Auxiliary Unit 82 PR Chairperson Linda Quinlan noted that on Saturday, Dec. 19, Shelby American Legion Post 82, American Legion Auxiliary Unit 82, and SAL Squadron 82 members gathered at two local cemeteries to place nearly 200 wreaths on the graves of veterans.