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Bullseye

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By Jody Fuller The other day, I was at my friend’s house out in the country when she pulled out her bow and arrow. She had an archery target leaning against the barn. After she shot a couple of arrows, I got my chance. I’d never shot a bow and arrow. The closest I’ve ever […]

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Round our Town

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By Charlotte Blasingame So sorry to report Kayla Fawley’s house burned this past week. Unfortunately, she lost everything she owned. Fortunately, she was not at home so she and her fur baby are safe. She would like to thank everyone for responding to her needs and so thankful that Parker’s Food is tentatively planning a […]

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More Treasure Stories

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By Paul Richardson A few years back, America got swept up in a treasure hunting frenzy when the first metal detectors hit the market. Numerous southern farms had wild tales of buried treasure on the property, hidden by the locals during the Civil War to keep family riches out of the hands of the Yankees. […]

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Round our Town

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By Charlotte Blasingame Hope everyone saw or enjoyed the moon eclipse last Friday. Not only beautiful but as some would say breathtaking. By the time you are reading this, Valentine’s Day will be another one in the books so to speak, hope everyone enjoyed their special day. So happy to report Calvin Miller is recuperating […]

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Mike’s Musings – Newspaper classifieds a safer alternative

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By Mike Wilcox, Publisher Classified ads, long the moneymaker for newspapers, went away some time ago. They were the victims of free services like Craigslist and others that attempted to emulate Craig Newmark’s success. But like the old saying “what goes around comes around,” classifieds seem to be making a comeback and for this old […]

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