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Fall is certainly in the air and we are having chilly temperatures. Persimmons should be ready for picking soon, and they are usually better after a frost. Has anyone found pawpaws or wild grapes this fall? Our fall revival is ...

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Fall is in the air, and we could use some rain. Leaves are beginning to fall due to dry weather. I miss the little hummingbirds, who are now on their journey south. They drank their last sugar water for energy ...

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Our hot summer months have moved on, and fall is in the air. Leaves are beginning to fall, so as we keep busy mowing the green grass, mulching leaves will also be included. Joe and Diane Easterday have had their ...

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We are still in the dog days of summer and warm temperatures. Health warnings are given for swimming pools in certain areas and where there are a lot of mosquitos. How wonderful it would have been back in my school ...

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Dog days of summer are here, so we can expect hotter days. Many things are controlled by planetary influences. Our ancestors experienced them and, in spite of all of the other manmade sources, we are still controlled by the zodiac. ...

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What a stormy time we had Thursday a week ago at 4 p.m. with tornado-like wind damaging anything in its path, but it passed over quickly and didn’t do a lot of damage. The news of Delores Ethington’s passing June ...

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Lilly Ridge Church ladies are preparing for the July 11 church bazaar. Watch for the announcement in the paper this week. Many good wishes to Bruce Roberts and his wife, Dawn, in their new adventures. I know he will be ...

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Summertime has arrived, so we need to prepare for hot weather, insects and plenty of water. Mowing grass has been keeping folks busy. My daughter, Kris, granddaughter, Alexus, and I spent Monday in Mountain Home, Arkansas. We did some shopping ...

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A thought for the day is to remember that laughter is the best medicine when the doctor orders a more expensive kind. Jaunita Wilkerson stopped in Sunday evening. Also, granddaughter, Dana Taylor, stopped by as she returned from a Hardy, ...

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April showers brought May flowers, and more rain in May helped vegetation. It’s a good season for gardens this year. Edith McKinnon has had her daughter and family visiting her this past weekend from near St. Louis and Ferguson. Jean ...

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