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It was a beautiful Easter day for families to get together and those traveling. Earnestine Gaddy had her daughters and families with her over Easter weekend and they all attended church at Lilly Ridge The Friendly Neighbors Extension Club met ...

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How the grass is growing these days! We may expect a few cooler days in April and even in May as has happended in years past. Lilly Ridge Church had its April business meeting Sunday evening after services. There are ...

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Missouri was made a state a hundred years ago and our ancestors came from Tennessee and Kentucky and from the Eastern states, including Pennsylvania, Indiana and Illinois and one important asset Missouri had was the hills and rocks, with clear ...

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We surely received a down pouring of rain Sunday. The ground is now saturated, and branches and creeks are overflowing. The jonquils and daffodils are bowing their heads, many on the ground from the hard rain. National Missions was last ...

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We really had a strong wind Saturday, but the sunshine was bright. Perhaps the wind was an aftermath coming from the west, where tornadoes damaged Branson and other places west of us. We can expect to have more stormy weather ...

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March comes in this Thursday, but Sunday, Feb. 26, was a windy day and more like March weather! March 17 is St. Patrick’s Day and potato planting time, along with the first day of spring on March 20, according to ...

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Though chilly temperatures prevail off and on, we are experiencing changing weather, sometimes almost spring-like and the Easter lilies and other species of daffodils are up and growing. Soon their yellow blooms will brighten our yards to cheer us. It ...

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Tecumseh/Lilly Ridge Church

Happy Valentine’s Day this Tuesday! And our daylight hours our getting longer we can notice this February. Daylight savings time doesn’t begin until March 11th when we turn our clocks ahead one hour. We are having to adjust to colder ...

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February came in with rain showers on Friday. Many areas, especially in Kansas west, were really dry, and needed the moisture. Jonquils and other early bulbs are up, showing some early blooms, lots peeping through the leaves. Though a bit ...

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Tecumseh/Lilly Ridge News

The long month of January is gone after this Tuesday and February comes with some folks thinking about planting their lettuce, onions and radishes. Winter onions in my garden stayed green all winter. The elderly folks can be helped with ...

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