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October is just a week away with its bright blue skies winding up summertime bringing more jacket weather though September has been the same. Not so good are the wasps and yellow jackets we have to watch out for. Visitors ...

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This Monday morning we have a mist in the air and showers are forecast. Not much grass has grown in yards as weeks continue to grow. Robert and Peggy Helms visited Edith McKinnon last week, checking on her after she ...

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Last weeks news – Late summer and a touch of fall is in the air, grass grows faster than we can mow all of it! In the United States, on a work program were two young women from Asia (between ...

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As we may have suspected the hot summer time weather is here and we soon will be praying for rain. On Sunday, September 1st Lilly Ridge Church will have their bi-monthly potluck dinner following morning services. Dave and Karen Davis ...

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It is a moderate temperature August morning in the last half of the month. Usually vegetation is dried up and grass turning brown in the heat, so we are fortunate to have good weather. The almanac says it is a ...

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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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