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Stay Safe, Avoid Scams As We Continue Pandemic Fight

As we mark nearly a year of navigating the global pandemic that’s affected so much of our lives, we’ve learned a lot, things keep evolving, and vaccines are being administered. Despite progress, we can’t let our guard down: We need to remain vigilant because criminals continue to take advantage of this health crisis, finding new […]

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Forget A Cruise: Get In The Life Boat

by Mitch Booth In my last article entitled: Let’s Take A Cruise, I invited our community to join us on a cruise, not on the pandemic Titanic, but on the Love Boat. Now with current po-litical and societal unrest combined with a new COVID variant invading our psyches, it is paramount that we all grab […]

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A Conversation With Lincoln

by Jason Goldtrap If you could sit on a bench and speak with anyone in history, who would it be? For me, there is only one answer—Abraham Lincoln! Since we’re now just days from the celebration of his birth, let’s ponder. Stay with me now. It’s a warm, sunny day. I am on a park […]

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Another Day, Another Caller…

For the first time in years, America has been in a true turmoil. Generally, residents have done their best to deal with all new problems as they arose… but many more problems have been heaped upon us with every new addition for social services usage and of technological equipment. A few years ago, the language […]

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Frauds During Pandemic

Just because we’re in a brand-new year and (still) navigating the COVID-19 pandemic, don’t be fooled into thinking scam artists are taking a break. Far from it, unfortunately. These conniving criminals are more wily than ever and that’s why I want to warn everyone to avoid getting sucked into scams concerning two things that are […]

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Eat, Love, Snap, Share

These days, it’s still essential for families to stay connected. The last months have been challenging. More than ever people need family and friends. Modern technology has gone a long way to help. Skype and Zoom are marvelous tools but when the connection ends and the screen goes blank, what then? My GrandKids, that’s what! […]

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Strange But True

by Samantha Weaver  It was noted Irish author and wit Oscar Wilde who made the following sage observation: “There are only two tragedies in life: one is not getting what one wants, and the other is getting it.” The very first CD of a musical recording was made in 1982. The album was The Visitors […]

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Lesser Known Deaths In 2020

by Jason Goldtrap As we say good riddance to 2020 let’s take a moment to remember those often overlooked in the traditional year in review. There were 35 soldiers who died this year defending freedom and 209 police officers died in the line of duty. Rosalind P. Walter, 95, inspired the song Rosie The Riveter. […]

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Keeping Busy This Winter

by Matilda Charles Winter is fast approaching, but at least we are no longer getting those constant election phone calls The one thing that hasn’t gone away is the coronavirus, and our lives are nowhere back to normal. After we’ve baked yet another loaf of pandemic bread and can log on to a Zoom neighborhood […]

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Seven Miles…

That’s the distance from my home to work. It has been amazing to watch as the trees come down and new homes, apartment buildings, storage units, businesses, the new local mall, and the Outlet Mall consume the space on the northern end of Williamson and Clyde Morris as well as all areas surrounding them. On […]

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