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Ozarks farmers and suburbanites alike treasure living in the country.They do not always agree, though, on what rural living ought to allow. City-bred folk, for example, may object more vigorously … more
As requested, I have decided to write about my experience in recovering from the tornado which took place on January 10, 2020, and flattened our home.My husband and five-year-old were home at the … more
Dictionary.com defines imitation as a thing intended to simulate or copy something else. Like cereal, for instance. I love Peanut Butter Captain Crunch. It is my all-time favorite cereal, but I am a … more
Pentecostal, Presbyterian, Lutheran, Baptist, Apostolic, Methodist — the list goes on. Estimations show there are more than 200 Christian denominations in the U.S. and a staggering 45,000 … more
Training the less than knowledgeable reps can be not only terrifying but a waste of time.Here I am, Northern Alabama with a very frustrating representative who was less than cordial; working by … more
As I am typing this article, I am dealing with the loss of a family friend. Somebody who I saw everyday or almost everyday when I worked at the Crawford Hills Golf Course in Girard, Kansas. Of course … more
I had a birthday this month, and The New York Times gave me a wonderful present. On the day I turned a year older (which in Covid times equals roughly eleven years), the newspaper published a story … more
Dear Editor,  I read the article in the paper about the Circle of Hope girls ranch. I know nothing except what I read. I have never met anyone involved. I read Melanie Chance’s letter in the … more
Oh, how I miss my grandparents.Grandparents are so special and never get the recognition they deserve. The wisdom they carry and the life experience they can share with us are better than any forums … more
Monday, Jan. 25, I went to Hickory County and got my first Moderna shot. On Friday, Feb. 26, I got my second. I wonder why Cedar County and Stockton took so long. Some people did go to the Hickory … more
This being St. Patrick’s Day, I intended to do my annual column on my Irish ancestry, hopefully without repeating too much of the story I’ve told in past years.I had a plan, if I could just get … more
Dear Editor,The article by Mary Shields, “Anti-net-metering bills” has information that concerns all users of electricity — not just those who also use solar. The bills before the House and … more
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