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A beautiful day Friday. I imagine a lot of folks are at the lake. We sure need a rain. People are disgusted with the gardens this year. Weather plays the important role in gardening and farming. Farmers say there is ...

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Just maybe after blackberry winter or squall, whatever you want to call it, is over maybe we can garden some. The frost was on the light of the moon so maybe no damage done. Potato bugs are very busy along ...

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My how time passes already, it was Mother’s Day and before you turn around it’s Christmas. I could not believe my mom passed away 21 years ago May 6th. I sure have missed her. I told James you miss your ...

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As the song says one little lost lamb here I am. I missed last aweek turkey hunting, mushroom hunting and catching fish has got in my way. First day Monday morning I got a 21 lb. turkey with an 11 ...

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Hearts were sad Sunday at Garrison Church. Everyone missed Mary’s husband, Buddy Gibson. When Brett Stevens our Sunday school superintendent started our 10 a.m. services five year old, Mylea Bertholdie, told her mom, Abby, she wanted to sit with Mary ...

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People are wondering if spring will ever come. We have had such odd weather. Sunday at Garrison Church 61 were present. We had two visitors. Melany Stevens sang. That lady has a beautiful voice. Justin David sang. It is always ...

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Are you like me wishing April shows some sign of a warmer spring? Kay (Nelson) Goodwin’s visitation was  Sunday at Adams Funeral Home, graveside services were at Harvill Cemetery Monday. Rev. James Orick did the officiating and he also asked ...

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Monday morning James and I visited Kay (Nelson) Goodwin at Cox Hospital. Remember the family in your prayers. Iona Maggard called Monday she sounded strong and doing good.  Ionas’ brother, Preston Hampton, had surgery.  Hope he is getting along good. ...

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Nasty, nasty, nasty weather Saturday. It was messy. The peeper frogs hollowed in February and they sure know their stuff as we had a big snow. Everybody is ready for Spring, I hope. The ground hogs have been out, but ...

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A very nice Saturday we cut up a dead tree. I told James I heard on the Ava radio station they want to stop people from burning wood. We sure are going to lose our rights. The pellet stoves use ...

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