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100 Years Ago

100 Years Ago

What happened 100 years ago? This reporter looked up some fascinating facts from 1917 and thought our readers might be interested in her find. History is literally the story behind…

What Happens In Heaven

What Happens In Heaven

Apparently the following story has been traveling on the internet for several years and this reporter received it this week.  I couldn’t let it go by without sharing with our…

Christmas Cards Send Special Message

Christmas Cards Send Special Message

Over the years this reporter has mailed out many, many Christmas cards to family and friends, and also to clients who had insurance with the company that paid “hubby” to…

Consider This

Consider This

My goal for 2016 was to lose just ten pounds……only 15 to go!  I ate salad for dinner, mostly croutons and tomatoes.  Really, just one big, round crouton covered with…

Remember, They Voted!

Remember, They Voted!

Some guy bought a new refrigerator for his house.  To get rid of his old fridge, he put it in his front yard and placed a sign on it saying:…

Veterans Day Duties

Veterans Day Duties

On Friday, November 11th, all veterans will be honored for their service to our country.  Programs will be held all over our nation as we observe this special day. Not…

Homecomings

Homecomings

This past weekend Randolph-Henry High School celebrated its Homecoming with a parade through town, a football game, the selection of a Homecoming King and Queen, and many other festivities. The…

16th Annual Truckers’ Parade

16th Annual Truckers’ Parade

This reporter heard the following statement last Saturday, October 8th, during Hurricane Matthew’s wind and rain while the annual truckers’ day was underway:  “Cancer patients have to travel in all…

Pride And Old People

Pride And Old People

This reporter has never liked the term “Old People” but the following by an unknown author makes me feel better about it.  And, if you aren’t one, I bet you…

It’s a Man Thing

It’s a Man Thing

Before I begin my column, this reporter has three things to say:  My mind works like lightning; one flash and it’s gone!  The only time the world beats a path…