September 2, 2010
Long time on sidelines
For whatever reason, Friday night I got to thinking about how long I’ve been on the sidelines for high school football.
It’s been 30-plus years. And it continues to be a blast.
Close to Nowhere
Some days, I’m not sure if the words are “tie-dyed” or “fit to be tied.”
Meredith, our oldest granddaughter, learned an amazing new craft while at Camp Lake Stevens this summer.
The Preacher’s Corner
The Presbyterian bees have heard most of my sermons!
We’re having work done on the church, and walking through the building with one of our members, Edie Haggard, she asked, “Do you think that our ‘bee problem’ has been solved?” I replied that I was quite sure the bees would still be there long after we are gone!
Letters To The Editor — Fire at Feathers’ home
To: Sheriff Kenny Dickerson
On Friday, Aug. 13, a little before 6 a.m., Ladaryl Odum (Marshall-9) was headed south on Hwy. 311 when he saw a house on fire on Joyner Rd. Odum radioed dispatch about the fire, which set in motion the Mt. Pleasant and Cayce Fire Departments.
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