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Just a Thought – by Lisa Talton

Making The Most Of It This new year is as good a time as any to get ourselves refocused with a new perspective on the really important things in our lives…

Just Ask Dave – by Publisher David Eales

Just Ask Dave – by Publisher David Eales

Let It Snow… They are naming snowstorms now just like hurricanes. The snow storm that dropped four inches of the white stuff on Paris and the surrounding communities was named…

My Turn – by former owner Richard Fredrick

The Same Old Story XIX As 2013 comes to an end, we have seen floods and widespread fires, tornadoes and hurricanes here at home and in other parts of our…

As Time Goes By – Yesteryears

90 Years Dec. 21, 1923 Up to Thursday morning, County Clerk Jons had issued 1,110 licenses to hunt this year and applications continue to come in. Paul James, Carl Jackson…

Just a Thought – by Lisa Talton

Christmas is a time of joy, a time of love and peace for all Peace in knowing God still cares and sent His son to save us all. But if…

Just Ask Dave – by Publisher David Eales

Football, Football, Football! I know it is basketball season now but I am waxing nostalgic for football as I see each of the “All Teams” released. There is All Conference,…

My Turn – by Richard Fredrick

It is plainly clear that Americans don’t save enough. In 1960 the share of people’s after tax income saved was 11 percent. By 2007 it fell to under 3 percent.…

Yesteryears

90 Years Dec. 14, 1923 At the meeting of the Stoutsville Rebekah Lodge, Tuesday evening, Mrs. Gladys Littrell was elected N.G.; Mrs. Mae Heninger, V.G.; Mrs. Theo Palmer, res. Sec’y;…

Just a Thought – Lisa Talton

Children, children, children. They can push us to our limits with their what-seems-like constant desire to do the opposite of what we ask them to do. They can bring us…

As Time Goes By – Yesteryears

90 Years Nov. 23, 1923 W.B. Bonsall, gardener of near Florida, had sold 36 truck loads of cabbages this season up to Wednesday of last week. Mr. Bonsall is Monroe…