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March 16, 2023

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Page 12 - Rutherford Weekly 828-248-1408 Thursday, March 16-March 22, 2023 CROSSWORD PUZZLE CLUES ACROSS 1. Belonging to a thing 4. Pass or go by 10. Partner to cheese 11. Subjects 12. U.S. State (abbr.) 14. Bits per inch 15. Forest-dwelling deer 16. Illinois city 18. A salt or ester of acetic acid 22. Wholly unharmed 23. Cuddled 24. Bane 26. Global investment bank (abbr.) 27. Oh my gosh! 28. Arrive 30. Famed Spanish artist 31. Home of "Frontline" 34. Group of quill feathers 36. Keyboard key 37. Army training group 39. Detail 40. Pole with y at blade 41. Football play 42. Makes unhappy 48. Island in Hawaii 50. Back in business 51. Of an individual 52. Painful chest condition 53. Tropical American monkey 54. Matchstick game 55. For instance 56. Even again 58. Popular beverage 59. Evaluate 60. Time units (abbr.) CLUES DOWN 1. Stain one's hands 2. Nocturnal hoofed ani- mals 3. Back condition 4. Popular movie alien 5. City of Angels 6. Peaks 7. Infantry weapons 8. Left 9. Atomic #99 12. Told a good yarn 13. Vale 17. Resistance unit 19. Aquatic plant 20. Bluish greens 21. About some Norse poems 25. Reinforces 29. Egyptian mythological goddess 31. Supportive material 32. Subatomic particle 33. Expired bread 35. Cereal grain 38. Goes against 41. Walkie __ 43. One who does not accept 44. Beliefs 45. Indicates near 46. Brazilian NBA star 47. Grab quickly 49. Romantic poet 56. College dorm worker 57. Set of data Features Include Search Archived Issues • Obituaries Advertisers • Local Sports • Weather Subscribe To Our Subscribe To Our Digital Edition Digital Edition Name: Address: City: Zip: Email: Phone : Subscribe Online @ Or Complete This Form And Mail or Drop-In Rutherford Weekly • 157 West Main Street, Forest City, NC 28043 Free Free Receive Your Digital Edition Every Thursday Morning By Email! Subscribe FREE Are you currently looking for a new job? Scammers have ramped up efforts to take advantage of job seekers to trick them out of their money or steal their identity. These employment scammers will post spoofed job postings or contact you about a new job opportunity in exchange for your personal information. The Better Business Bureau reported that the frequency of this type of scam increased 23 percent from 2021 to 2022. Use these tips to protect yourself from employment scams: • Research the job offer and contact the company directly using contact information listed on their website to verify that a job posting is legitimate. • Be skeptical of providing your personal information before an interview. A legitimate business will not ask you to give your personal or fi nancial information before hiring you. • Verify the business is legitimate by checking with the Better Business Bureau and the Secretary of State's Offi ce. • Never pay to get the job. If someone is asking you to pay in order for you to get a job, they're most likely a scammer. A legitimate employer will never require you to pay for employment. • Do not feel rushed and take your time making a decision about a new employment opportunity. Remember, if an offer sounds too good to be true, it probably is. If you think you may have been a victim of an employment scam, call our offi ce at 877-5-NO-SCAM or fi le a complaint online at Employment Scams are on the Rise Article Provided By: NC Attorney General Questions Questions 828-248-1408 828-248-1408 Email news and events to Email news and events to or go to or go to www. www.rutherfordweekly .com to submit your news and events online. to submit your news and events online. Have interesting news about your business or organization? 157 West Main St., Forest City, NC 28043 Rutherford Weekly's publisher reserves the right to edit, reject or accept any articles or information to be printed. Email it to us! Email it to us!

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