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January is half gone and brought colder weather and some rain. Lake Norfork is still at low stage and will require more rain.

Best wishes to Marcia Lyon as she was released from Cox Hospital to come home and our prayers are for her healing from her surgeries.

Also prayers for Mike Miller who has had some serious health problems.

Tammy (Gaddy) Childress visited her mother and attended church with her Sunday.

Best wishes to Judy Silvey who has been very sick.

Farm Bureau members Paralee Rea and T.J. Lewis and others attended their appreciation dinner at the “As The Lake Turns” restaurant at Pontiac, MO.

Hopefully the flu bug won’t spread over this part of the country. Several folks have had colds, but not the flu.

Carolyn Trivitt took her dad, Harry Davidson,  to Mt. Vernon, MO. Monday to get his new dentures.

Tom Newton of Kansas City called his aunt, Paralee Rea, Sunday. His son, Nick Newton, plans to be in West Plains the first week in April for the car races. He builds race cars when he’s not racing. His first race is in Humbolt, KS. in March.

News is scarce this week so I hope to have more next week. A thought is: “The largest room in the world is the room for self-improvement.”

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