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View from the country 07-16-14
When I go to Stillwater, invariably someone will approach me and ask, “Are you the woman who writes the column in the paper?” After I admit it, they tell me how much they like this or that portion of my columns. They like the old-time stories.
- PIONEER PRIDE: Operations department will be under one roof
- RON DUGGINS: Meridian Technology Center takes care of business
AND, STILL THE WATERS RUN: Taking a step back in time
The July dance is Saturday with a potluck meal served at 7 p.m.
- GOV. MARY FALLIN: The ‘new minimum’ in education
- U.S. SENIOR OPEN: Kansas man king of the course
Live Well 07-13-14
Continuing the success of a landmark national tobacco education campaign launched in 2012, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is airing a second series of ads in 2014 featuring real people who are living with the effects of smoking-related diseases.
Life at Boomer Lake 07-13-14
The lake is losing a little water to evaporation, but it is not a problem now. It makes it easier for me to get around the Northern Reaches, for that holds a world all its own.
If you have no space outdoors for a garden, don’t despair because you can still grow something consumable. Bean sprouts are the easiest and fastest crop to grow.
Down Home 07-13-14
There are a lot of things that worry me about today’s society. Having to put a stuffed animal in your front seat to remember your kid is in the back, tops my list.
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