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KR to become major highway to accommodate Foxconn

Foxconn manufacturing, distribution and employment traffic is about to pour into a soon-to-be-developed Mt. Pleasant campus. To deal with it, state officials acknowledge road improvements are being planned, some on a grand scale. Transportation and road projects related to the Foxconn project were d

KENOSHA NEWS.COM - 2017-12-15 23:30:00

2017 IN REVIEW NO. 7: Property values increase after revaluation

Stanly County's present fiscal year budget reaped the benefits of a scheduled property revaluation. At $4.7 billion, or a $200 million increase over the previous value, property values in Stanly County ticked upward. Motor vehicle taxes for the county increased $30 million. "We had an increase in th

STANLY NEWS & PRESS - 2017-12-16 14:00:00

How to create an effective fire safety plan

While fire can provide warmth and safety, it also can cause immediate and significant damage that can uproot lives and devastate homes. Because fire is such a formidable foe, it's imperative that people from all walks of life have a fire safety plan. The threat of fire The National Fire Protection A

STANLY NEWS & PRESS - 2017-12-15 20:37:00

NSHS FFA participates in state livestock competition

North Stanly's own FFA Club, also known as the National Future Farmers of America, recently entered the state livestock competition, in which they placed 29th out of the 88 schools involved. The background of the competition lies in decisions that have to be made by producers on a farm, who have to

STANLY NEWS & PRESS - 2017-12-15 19:00:00

SEC starting first Quiz Bowl Club

Quiz Bowl is a game in which two teams go head to head to answer trivia questions on topics including history, science, literature, math, sports, popular culture, current events and art. In the Stanly County Quiz Bowl, teams from Gray Stone Day School, South Stanly High School, West Stanly High Scho

STANLY NEWS & PRESS - 2017-12-15 17:00:00

Love Thy Neighbor Bible study is every Thursday

The Dec. 3 morning worship service at Palestine United Methodist Church was led by Pastor Kevin McCormac. At the beginning of the service, Pastor McCormac and Christian and Hilary Thompson lit the first candle of the Advent wreath. Pastor McCormac delivered his message titled "The Gift of Fellowship

STANLY NEWS & PRESS - 2017-12-15 16:00:00

'The Man Who Invented Christmas' - Dickens should be ashamed of the title, but not the film

I have to admit that I take offense at the title of this film. Charles Dickens, that great nineteenth century novelist, did not invent Christmas. For those who are Christian believers, God sent his Holy Son to earth and that was the invention of Christmas. Perhaps a better title would be "The Man Wh

STANLY NEWS & PRESS - 2017-12-15 15:00:00

First Baptist - Parkers Grove Christmas program Sunday

Parkers Grove Baptist Church The Annual Joint Christmas program for First Baptist and Parkers Grove will be at the Parkers Grove Baptist Church on Sunday after morning worship. The program will begin at 2 p.m. All are invited to come and enjoy. Sympathy Hearts were saddened to hear of the passing of

STANLY NEWS & PRESS - 2017-12-15 14:00:00

THE EXTENSION CORNER: Let '18 be your year to get lean

Is losing weight one of your New Year's goals? Good for you. The new year is an exciting time for everybody and a great time to set goals for yourself. We all have different goals, but I think we can all agree one of the most popular goals set is weight loss. Losing weight can benefit the body in ma

STANLY NEWS & PRESS - 2017-12-16 00:00:00

Radcliff resumes event at Saunders Springs cabins

If the December chill cooperates, the city of Radcliff will host Christ-mas at the Cab-ins on Friday at the entrance of Saunders Springs Nature Preserve. The city has tried to hold a similar event before, but it's been canceled several times because of inclement weather. The city's last attempt was


Hardin County native a hit-maker

Cecilia native Michael J Tho-mas was taking a break from Christmas shopping this week and stopped in a restaurant to check his email when he found out he landed the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Smooth Jazz Natio-nal Airplay chart. "The whole place knew," Tho-mas said. "I was pretty much jumping up an

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-12-15 07:19:26

Heritage Council members support Room in the Inn

Krista Levee, executive director of the Elizabeth-town Heritage Council, presented a check Nov. 30 totaling $4,195 to Room in the Inn. The donation was a result of proceeds from EHC's Dine Around Downtown event Nov. 11. Room in the Inn is a nonprofit organization that offers shelter for the homeless

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-12-15 23:43:00