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The county seat of Rutherford County, North Carolina, is Rutherfordton. The county population on July 1, 1999, was 61,507, an increase of 4,551 over the 1990 census.

For information on county government, contact the National Association of Counties Web site.

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Location: Rutherfordton North Carolina

Other North Carolina Counties nearby:
(Asheville) Buncombe County
(Morganton) Burke County
(Newton) Catawba County
(Shelby) Cleveland County
(Gastonia) Gaston County
(Lincolnton) Lincoln County

06/18 Coming to The Rutherfordton area
Taste of Toccoa Toccoa GA April5 Northeast Georgia's premier dining event, A Taste of Toccoa features sample-sized portions of the most popular dishes from Toccoa's best restaurants and caterers. Garnish with live music, entertainment, shopping, and activities, and you have a fun-filled event the whole family will enjoy.
Celebrate Clayton Clayton GA April27-28 Celebrate Clayton is an Arts, Music, Crafts and Gardening event for all ages, with mouth-watering food and a super kids program. Set in the spectacular North Georgia Mountains Celebrate Clayton is held annually the last weekend in April.
Indie South Fair Athens GA May4 The event includes musical performances, DJs, food carts, workshops, kids' crafting and a vintage market.
Athens Human Rights Festival Athens GA May5-6 The Athens Human Rights Festival is a springtime political and cultural tradition in Athens, GA. Since 1979, the Athens Human Rights Festival has brought together political activists, musicians and artists in a call for action on human rights issues as well as a celebration of advances in the area of human rights.
International Biscuit Festival Knoxville TN May18 The four categories of competition are Sweet Biscuits, Savory Biscuits, Special Biscuits and Student Biscuits.
Kentucky Mountain Laurel Festival Pineville KY May23 The Kentucky Mountain Laurel Festival is one of Kentucky's oldest festivals, finding its start in 1931.