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Welcome extended to new neighbors
I want to extend a big “Welcome” and hello to our new neighbors Sharon and Charles (Charley) Hatfield who bought the old Isaac house on Kilbourne Ave. We look forward to getting to know you. Tomorr...
Sep 18, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend
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Post Scripts Sept. 18, 2014
Wells to host harvest festival A harvest festival will be held Saturday, Sept. 20 at the Powell Valley home of Eddie and Delaine Wells, with activities starting at 10 a.m. The Wells will make molas...
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Mayberry and Norman Rockwell, where are you?
Note: This article is taken from an unpublished article, written by this author, entitled “When is Enough Enough?”) The televisions blare away in a home of an American family, and the dialogue is n...
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Dock Boggs/Sturgill fest is Saturday
NORTON — The 46th annual Dock Boggs and Kate Peters Sturgill music festival will be held at Country Cabin II Saturday, Sept. 13. The scheduled performers are the Crooked Road Ramblers, Will Caudill...
Sep 11, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend
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Pardee lives on through its people
Though it no longer exists, the little coal-mining town of Pardee comes alive each year as its former residents and their descendants meet for their reunion in the recreation room at the Big Stone ...
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Leedy enroute to China on mission trip
Our monthly dinner was enjoyed by all who attended Sunday after the worship service. Plenty of good food and fellowship were there for everyone. Cindy Leedy visited her mom and dad, Charlotte and L...
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Storyteller’s words tell listeners of ‘war’s desolation’
At a local gathering, veteran Quentin Wilson related poignant personal remembrances of World War II and Normandy and D-Day. Part 2 of 2 Our storyteller’s words took us back to the Normandy beachhea...
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Artist turns amused eye on rural south
Mountain Empire Community College’s Slemp Gallery is pleased to host an exhibit featuring the work of Clintwood native and MECC graduate Shawn Wallace. The exhibit, titled Gatherings, is a comical ...
Sep 04, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend
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LPSHC quilt
Judy Riggs, left, and Barbara Blanton watch as Donna Palmer draws one of the winning tickets for the quilts made to benefit the Lonesome Pine School and Heritage Center. The winners were Gail Wrigh...
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