Thursday, September 29, 2005


Fielder’s Choice
By Barry Burleson

More storms

The storms and their aftermath continue to dominate our conversation, our thoughts and our prayers.

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Close to Nowhere
By Linda Jones

A Yankee in...

And never the twain shall meet...”

I could be talking about folks who live in the South and folks who live in the North.

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

“Barbara dear — and after all these years”

We have been talking about “small churches” in my Sunday school class. Really, “small churches” and their friendships and foibles are the weekly subject of this column.

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Due South
By Mark Entwistle
The Southern Reporter
Selkirk, The Borders

Can’t get married outside in a rain squall

Well, it looks like summer may finally be passing for another year here in the Scottish Borders.

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Letter to the Editor

Hurricane affects farming:

To the Editor:

August 29, 2005, is a day that many Mississippians will remember for the rest of their lives. Hurricane Katrina blew on shore wreaking havoc on the Gulf Coast and New Orleans, but she also traveled the length of Mississippi, causing untold damage to the agricultural industry in the state.

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