December 13, 2007
Santa Claus made an early stop at the Burleson house Monday evening.
He was on his annual pre-Christmas tour through Holly Springs, just making sure he was clear on what the children want delivered on Christmas Eve.
Close to Nowhere
One of my favorite things on Friday afternoons is when I dig through the old, bound copies of the newspaper and find the bits and pieces for “The Pages of The Past.”
The Preacher’s Corner
No point in trying to sneak by censors yet again
Last week when I stopped by The South Reporter office to pick up my paper, the staff was waiting to pounce! I figured they would, for I had submitted a column that contained a word that cannot be published in a family newspaper. There is no point trying to sneak by the censors yet again, but let’s just say that when I referred to that cell phone that rang during a moment of intense pathos in a movie theater I used a stronger word than “blasted” to describe it!
Shopping locally promotes community development
Want to avoid the long lines this season? Shop locally!
Just looking at our charming town square, it is evident that the disappearance of local businesses leaves a social and economic void that is easily seen and felt in communities both large and small. Most people embrace the idea of distinctive businesses with local character, but often have no idea of the true economic impact of these businesses to their communities and forget that the survival of these businesses depends on their patronage.
Letters to the Editor
Hear both sides:
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