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The rain was needed Sunday night, and we had thunder and lightning, but we were thankful we didn’t have the storms they had in other areas. Jerry Miller doesn’t have any news this week except her renters’ small son may ...

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May 4, 2015 April showers brought May flowers, and we will soon need showers to freshen up all our vegetables. Lilly Ridge Church had its bi-monthly dinner Sunday. There seemed to be a good number who stayed for lunch. Leslie ...

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Living in the Ozarks, we are blessed with advantages not found in the other parts of the country. Where else do you find nests with bluebird egg shells before the young ones have flown away, and mushrooms that I used ...

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It’s a pretty time of the year with all the pretty flowers, especially redbud, sarvis berry and dogwoods. Those of us living in the Ozarks are blessed with the best of God’s creation. Jerry Miller and her 6-year-old neighbor boy ...

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Springtime without storms has been a blessing. Soon there may be pests like ticks, mosquitos and various species to hinder our outdoor enjoyment. Hopefully the fruit trees full of blooms now will produce lots of good fruit. Planting gardens is ...

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Each day is bringing us closer to spring weather. The weather should be more settled and less stormy after Easter, which is April 5 this year. Gardening is a subject coming up and planting usually gets in full swing for ...

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Last Weeks News – Jonquils are blooming, and soon bursts of yellow will be filling our yards with their bright colors from forsythia and various shrubs full of color. Hyacinths and lilacs bring a wonderful fragrance. Jim Conardy recently lost ...

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Last Weeks News – Are we ready for Spring already? It takes lots of energy and patience as winter passes and spring comes on the scene. Ice and snow have slowed activities, and staying close by the fire is best. ...

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Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow, but please, no more ice. The ice-covered trees are a beautiful sight, though. A person is fortunate to have more than one source of heat. I was fortunate to have a ...

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Getting used to a change in the weather is the order of the day. Traffic is slowed down for sure, and folks are trying to keep warm. Mr. Groundhog has been holed up under my pear tree where he made ...

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