Thursday, November, 17, 2005


Fielder’s Choice
By Barry Burleson

Mom’s 75th

The Burlesons enjoyed a special celebration last weekend.

We joined the rest of my family in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., for my mother’s 75th birthday, an event we had been planning for several months.

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Close to Nowhere
By Linda Jones

Making a list

It’s not even Thanksgiving yet and already, Christmas is everywhere. It’s pretty bad when you take a 7-year-old into a store and she notices and fusses about it. Gremlin wants to have Thanksgiving first!

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

Uncle Howard, country doctor: Part 2

My grandmother was a sabbatarian of the strictest order, and it gave her great pain that my uncle opened his clinic on Sunday mornings. I have an idea it was his busiest day.

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

Red poppys for Remembrance Day

The Scottish Borders are awash with the colour red this week, following the annual Remembrance Sunday ceremonies.

All over the Scottish Borders , as well as the rest of the country, thousands of people turned out at war memorials to pay homage to the dead of two world wars and other conflicts in which British forces have been involved.

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Letters to the Editor

Thanks for help:
Dear Editor,

On Oct. 30, our family had an emergency that required the Byhalia Ambulance Service and the Byhalia Police Department.

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