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March 16, 2023

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Page 6 - Rutherford Weekly 828-248-1408 Thursday, March 16-March 22, 2023 345 S. Broadway, Forest City 828-245-8067 NO CREDIT, POOR CREDIT ©Community First Media Community First Media LET US DECIDE! LET US DECIDE! WE FINANCE WE FINANCE w w w . w w w . M o o r e s A u t o s I n c M o o r e s A u t o s I n c . c o m . c o m That Sticks Local Advertising Call 828-248-1408 today to promote your business with print advertising that leaves a lasting impression! Subscribe • Renew • Advertise 157 West Main Street, Forest City 828-248-1408 WEEKLY RUTHERFORD Rutherford Weekly Sudoku Rutherford Weekly Sudoku Answers Carley Arrowood Band will be performing on Saturday, March 18 at Union Mills Learning Center, 6495 Hudlow Road, Union Mills, beginning at 7 p.m. A hot dog meal will be available beginning at 6 pm for $6. No admission for the concert, but there will be a tip jar for the band. Carley is an award winning vocalist, songwriter and musician. She is a Rutherford County native and has traveled all over the world and played with various other artists. Her new single, Deeper in Love, has recently been released, and her song, Moondancer, won the grand prize in the Hazel Dickens Songwriting contest this year. Carley is married to Daniel Thrailkill, who performs with the Trailblazers, and the couple is expecting a baby girl in May. Carley Arrowood Band performing this Saturday Article Provided By: Jean Gordon. Photo Contributed. Carley Arrowood (second from left) and band at the Union Mills Learning Center. Colorectal cancer is preventable, treatable, and beatable. It is important to know the risk factors and symptoms. If you are over the age of 45, schedule your colorectal cancer screening test today. There are many different screening tests so you can choose the one that is right for you. There are actions you can take to prevent colorectal cancer, such as being physically active, eating healthy, limiting your alcohol intake, and quitting tobacco or vaping. For more information March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month Article Provided By: ncdhhs Spend it here, Spend it here, keep it here! keep it here! BUY LOCAL LOCAL

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