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The rain has really soaked in the dry earth we had in July. I have enjoyed the garden vegetables from friend’s gardens, since I was unable to make a garden again this summer. Since the showers of rain came, grass ...

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These spring days are comfortable temperatures so far, vegetation is flourishing, lots of lawn mowing going on and gardeners enjoying fresh vegetables. Roger and Lanell Long enjoyed peas and new potatoes from their garden and there are others in the ...

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The people in Oklahoma who heeded the storm warning are complimented and were safe, although many perhaps didn’t hear the tornado warning. I was on the phone with my cousin and she was in her cellar they had built when ...

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There’s a lot of lawn mowing going on as grass keeps growing fast! It has been reported that “cicadas” are in the Eastern states, and we had better be prepared with “earplugs” if they moved in our direction. It has ...

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The changing weather delays early gardening, but there is still time to get plants growing, and the ground needs to be warmer anyway. Trees and shrubs have an abundance of leaves and foilage the past week. Lilacs are pretty now. ...

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We had chilly temperatures Saturday. Grass is really growing now, and lawn mowing will keep us busy. Congratualtions to newlyweds Paul and Ernestine Guiley, who were married Saturday, April 13th,  at the Gaddy home. Gainesville Eastern Star Chapter met this ...

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We are getting April showers along with all the pretty blooming shrubs. Forsythia’s have been extra colorful. Turkey season began April 15th, and goes through May 6th. Richard Blackburns’ have had company who turkey hunted. Larry and Tracye Miller from ...

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Though is usually takes April showers to bring May flowers, there are many spring flowers already in bloom and certainly is a good sign spring is here. With warmer temperatures the red wasps came out of their hiding places around ...

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In Missouri if we want a change in weather, just wait unitl tomorrow as we usually have a variety of temperatures. Best wishes to Hilda Carter as she had a 7 hour surgery in Columbia Hospital and is presently in ...

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Happy spring to everyone this Wednesday, March 20th!  Missouri Arbor Day is April 5th and a reminder we should take care of our trees. The Little Vine Fellowship members of the General Baptist Churches enjoyed meeting at Lilly Ridge, who ...

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