November, 29, 2007
Pats of ’88
A weekly newspaper is many things - one of those being a history book.
Saturday morning, after Marshall Academy had clinched a berth in the state championship game, I dug out some of the old bound copies in our office.
Many people here in the Scottish Borders seem to have been taken by suprise just how quickly we are nearly into the last month of the year.
Last Sunday, when Ally and I paid a visit to a local garden centre, we noticed cut Christmas trees on sale and I remarked it seemed a bit early for that.
The Preacher’s Corner
What do you wear to cook in the kitchen?
Yesterday I saw a TV commercial for software that will turn your laptop PC into a fully-equipped cookbook and kitchen guide. “Just right for the holidays!” It is obviously designed for folk like me who are clueless in culinary affairs. Now, I will confess that I have “Googled” a recipe or two, and am aware of the array of recipes and other cooking helps now available via the Internet.
Letters to the Editor
Rember our troops:
I want to thank you and your staff for working with the Byhalia Area Chamber of Commerce on a listing honoring our local troops serving around the world.
This weekly listing in The South Reporter is an effort to keep people aware of our local troops. We will email you other names of those who are serving as they come to us.
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