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Time is giving way, and the month of January will soon be gone, and it will be February. Then Mr. Groundhog will be predicting the weather. Belated anniversary wishes to Tom and Lynn Bentele and to Joe and Diane Easterday ...

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Last Weeks News – Christmas week had good weather for holiday traveling, very nice for this time of the year. My neighbor across the road from me (Bill Napier) told me of receiving a call from our former neighbor, David ...

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How quickly time flies when you are keeping busy! Fall jobs have piled up here and soon the snow will fall and cover everything, whether we are ready or not. The Lily Ridge Church Christmas program was Sunday evening and ...

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By the time these news items are published, Tom Turkey will have graced the dinner tables of many families with all the extras. Hopefully most people have been in their homes or with loved ones at other locations. Cool air ...

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Ready or not, winter weather is here. At least the snow didn’t bother here too much. Paralee Rea went Thursday to the United Daughters of the Confederacy with friends. They provide non-perishable food for the food pantry and have a ...

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It’s time for bow hunting, and deer are plentiful in our area. Tim Williams, nephew of Jerry Miller who is from Louisiana, killed a 9-point buck. He recently bought Mearl and Beulah Sattefield’s home. Mark Green from the gulf of ...

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This Weeks News – We will be getting our first frost here this week, and I am hearing predictions of a cold winter. I haven’t had persimmon seeds to test, but I heard all that did have them found the ...

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October’s bright blue skies have two more weeks to be at their best, and perhaps November will bring cooler weather. The women’s day of prayer last Saturday, hosted by Lilly Ridge Church, seemed to be very successful with 84 in ...

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It was a stormy time this Monday morning, and we surely got enough rain to soak the dry earth. Visiting Edith McKinnon Monday and Tuesday were her niece Janice and husband Bernard Hunt from Columbia. They stayed at Taylor-Made Bed ...

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Greetings for October’s bright blue skies as these news items are printed this week. We haven’t had a killing frost yet, so vegetation is still at its best. The farmers market seems to be doing good business these days. Edith ...

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