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Edibles To Plant In August

What to Plant WARM WEATHER PLANTS  Beans - Pole - pole beans take a little longer to produce and they produce over a longer period...

Social security celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

The term “familia” is important in Hispanic culture and Social Security celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15 to Oct. 15) by helping build a secure future for...

Missing the Grandmother I Never Knew

My father’s memoir started with two simple declarative sentences: “This is my first attempt to bring together the many incidents of my life, which may be dull and...

College polls favor Alabama, SEC

BY SAM HATCHER Was that a whistle I heard? Likely so. The college football season has kicked-off. As fans chat, argue and discuss the early ranking of teams, two...

FROM DOOR TO SHORE

  By TERRI BRYCE REEVES Some pet owners can’t imagine taking a vacation without Spot and many are opting for pet-friendly vacation rentals where he is...
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Blast From The Past

by Randal Hill This future smash record came to life at Memphis’s American Sound Studio where a demo tape by a quintet of teenage Memphis rockers,...

Thoroughly Modern Grandma

  Did you know that the Sunday after Labor Day is National Grandparents Day? I reluctantly admit to being a grandparent for 25 years and only recently learning of this...

Congratulations Photo Corner Winner

“Befriending Butterflies” Winner Ken Geigel writes: “Attached is one of my favorite photographs. I took it of a friend at the Butterfly Farm near Oranjestad, Aruba,...

Congratulations Creative Corner Winner

Cabin in the Field Drawing and poem by Marc Lanciaux A cabin in the field of lush grass, Spanning miles in the distance. A gasp of fresh air of...