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Kings Mountain, North Carolina Funeral Homes
103 S Counsel Street
Kings Mountain, North Carolina 28086
(704) 739-3333
108 S Piedmont Avenue
Kings Mountain, North Carolina 28086
(704) 739-2591
309 E King Street
Kings Mountain, North Carolina 28086
(704) 739-2426
Kings Mountain, North Carolina Obituaries and News
Gloryland Missionary Baptist January 26, 2017

Will be having our Christmas play ?? ?? ??... Located at 101 Benfield Rd in Kings Mountain. There is NO COST and EVERYONE is invited. I look forward to seeing everyone there. If ANYONE needs a ride PLEASE dont hesitate to ask. There are people like ... (

Wildcats drop key SMAC contest January 25, 2017

VALDESE — The Draughn boys basketball team kept clawing and clawing but couldn't slow down an always-athletic Kings Mountain squad Tuesday night at home. A Mountaineers’ 68-56 victory avenged a road win by the Wildcats back in December as both squads ... (The News Herald)

Cleveland County January 22, 2017

Mr. Hufstetler was a native of Cleveland county, North Carolina ... of years he was moderator of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association. When a young man he graduated at Cokesbury Military School in South Carolina and was elected colonel of the state ... (

Fake news author is fired; apologizes to those ‘disappointed’ by his actions January 19, 2017

Harris, who graduated from Davidson College in North Carolina in May, had worked for the Republican ... A Facebook page for Harris shows he’s from Kings Mountain and went to Kings Mountain High School, in Cleveland County. A Davidson Wildcats football ... (The Kansas City Star)

North Carolina legislators meet to organize, pick leaders January 11, 2017

RALEIGH — The 170 North Carolina state lawmakers elected in November are coming ... The Republican-controlled legislature is expected to re-elect Tim Moore of Kings Mountain as House speaker and Phil Berger of Eden as Senate leader. (Winston-Salem Journal)