Thursday, August 4, 2005


Fielder’s Choice
By Barry Burleson

Enthusiasm in Hawks’ camp

August’s arrival means many things – another birthday, back to school and a favorite of mine, football season.

Monday morning early I was at Holly Springs High School, and liked what I saw. New head coach Clifford Brown is filled with enthusiasm.

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Close to Nowhere
By Linda Jones

Announcing arrivals and departures...

We are now the proud “parents” of...a bouncing baby colt. Actually, Athena the Wonder Horse is the mother. But it’s her third foal and our first baby horse, so we’re probably a bit more excited than she is.

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The Preacher’s Corner
By Rev. Dr. Milton Winter

Flowers can make a day stand out in memory

“They are only yard flowers,” they say, apologetically. But how delighted I am when church members bring home-grown floral arrangements to our services on Sunday. To me they are the finest of offerings, and add just the right kind of beauty to God’s house.

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Letter to the Editor

Gen. Forrest statue:

Much attention is being focused in the city of Memphis regarding the issue of whether to dismantle or remove the statue of Nathan Bedford Forrest from a downtown park. Forrest was one of the founders of the Klu Klux Klan and an owner of one of the most successful slave auction yards in the South.

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