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Thursday, October 14, 2021
Wednesday, October 13, 2021

Daniel Boone returned last week after being cancelled in 2020 due to Covid-19. I’m incredibly proud of the extensive coverage we provided this year, online and in two week’s issues. The hours … Read more

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The concept of giving books to children is simple but provides enrichment that could last a lifetime.  Studies show that the frequency of reading to children at a young age has a direct causal effect on their schooling outcomes regardless of their family background and home environment.  And…

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These stories were told to me by members of my family for a series I wrote in 2012 for our Oxendine History Volume 4. With Halloween approaching, I thought some spooky unexplained scary stories would be appropriate.

Although it hasn't felt much like Fall weather lately, we are getting closer to Halloween. Actually, I'm seeing more Christmas decor in stores than your typical costumes and pumpkin themed items. It's all got me in a bad mood lately. Don't get me wrong, I don't want it to be cold, frosty mor…

Touch is the first physical sense we experience as strange hands pull us back from the dark realm of the soul into the cold, harsh light of earth. 

Oh the joy of life! I write this knowing very well, personally, that there have been moments and times in life where to mark them off as joy would seem to be a lie I’m attempting to convince myself that it is true. 

Wow, this week certainly started off interesting! If you live under a rock and weren’t aware, much of the world was crippled for about six hours when technical issues with Facebook and its various platforms sent the world spiraling. Why? Because people use it for more than sharing pics of th…