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Kentucky 31 tall fescue an interesting history
May 12, 2018 – 12:50 am | No Comment
Kentucky 31 tall fescue an interesting history | Test

This time of year is so nice. The temperatures are comfortable, and everything is green

BabyRead Family: Brandon, Alli and Anna
May 12, 2018 – 12:47 am | No Comment
BabyRead Family: Brandon, Alli and Anna | Test

This month we meet one of BabyRead’s families — Brandon, his mom, Alli, and his great-grandmother, Anna.

Outdoors: Getting back to your fishing roots
May 12, 2018 – 12:43 am | No Comment
Outdoors: Getting back to your fishing roots | Test

Many die-hard anglers started out in the fishing world by cutting their teeth bream fishing.

A memorable ride back in time
May 12, 2018 – 12:24 am | No Comment
A memorable ride back in time | Test

During World War II, my mother sometimes left my brother, Dick, and me with our maternal grandparents while she was away visiting with dad, who was serving in the Army.

A new chapter and an exciting future
May 11, 2018 – 12:17 am | No Comment
A new chapter and an exciting future | Test

Earlier this week, I heard the excited voice of one of our young ladies as she came bursting through the door calling, “Ms. Tina, Ms. Tina … here’s my progress report! Look at the As and Bs!”

Greg Oliver: Fans worried about Swinney should just enjoy the ride
May 11, 2018 – 12:15 am | No Comment
Greg Oliver: Fans worried about Swinney should just enjoy the ride | Test

Some recent chatter about Clemson football — sparked by Paul Finebaum of ESPN — has revolved around head coach Dabo Swinney and whether he’ll eventually leave Tigertown to take over at Alabama once Nick Saban decides to call it quits.

Happy (becoming my) Mother’s Day!
May 11, 2018 – 12:09 am | No Comment
Happy (becoming my) Mother’s Day! | Test

While one day a year is dedicated to those who have brought a child in to their home in some way, shape, form or fashion, Mother’s Day isn’t enough of a celebration for me.

Moulder says thank you
May 9, 2018 – 12:26 am | No Comment
Moulder says thank you | Test

Daily, the sun rises and sets, reminding us of God’s new hope and optimism of another day.

The real pain of fibromyalgia
May 9, 2018 – 12:15 am | No Comment
The real pain of fibromyalgia | Test

Imagine living your life day-to-day dealing with unpredictable pain and energy levels to the extent that you know in the back of your head those levels can change at any moment, and you may not be able to do things you want to and have committed to do.

Emerson Rose Heart Foundation — ‘Turning tragedy into hope’
May 8, 2018 – 12:34 am | No Comment
Emerson Rose Heart Foundation — ‘Turning tragedy into hope’ | Test

The April meeting of the Compassionate Friends — Seneca Chapter graciously hosted guest speakers Jason and Susan Smith, who represent the Emerson Rose Heart Foundation.

Get to know your state parks
May 5, 2018 – 12:58 am | No Comment

A few weeks ago, I wrote about discovering our local national forest.

Arrogance, the behavior of fools
May 5, 2018 – 12:04 am | No Comment
Arrogance, the behavior of fools | Test

Why do so many people idolize celebrities?

Springtime at the Tribble Center Recreation Park
May 5, 2018 – 12:01 am | No Comment
Springtime at the Tribble Center Recreation Park | Test

Many years ago, Robert and Rebecca Tribble had a weekend getaway where they went to relax and enjoy nature.

8th-grade science class continues egg-drop tradition
May 4, 2018 – 12:55 am | No Comment
8th-grade science class continues egg-drop tradition | Test

While strolling through campus this morning, it was hard not to notice what a glorious day it is for the annual Raymond Academy eighth-grade science egg-drop event.