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The delights of the winter kitchen

Laura Dean Bennett Staff Writer A festive, welcoming kitchen will keep you and yours warm all winter long.  After all, nothing warms you up like good friends and good food.  Yes, it’s that time of year when...

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Christmas I have been listening to Christmas music, and each song tells a story. The story of Jesus’ birth. Peace on earth. Words and music that are soothing to the heart and soul. Winter songs about snow,...

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Outside my window Outside my window, winter is taking place. I’m glad to be inside. Prayers for those who have to venture out in freezing temperatures. The wind is picking up to a gusty whirlwind, and my...

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By Gerry Parker Morrison 2017 comes to an end, and, with a clean slate, we enter into the possibilities of 2018. New Year’s celebrations – long standing traditions – with parties, loud horns, hugs and kisses....

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Growing Older Growing old is not for the faint of heart. You must be brave to take the next step. Steps in walking, as legs grow weaker and joints hurt. Steps in life, changes that take place...

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Grief, sorrow, pain Regardless of age, grief, sorrow and pain come into our lives. Grief - loss of a loved one. Sorrow - bad choices, wrong turns in life. Pain, both grief and sorrow cause us pain. I’ve known...

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Recognition A recent article in The Pocahontas Times gave recognition to a deserving woman. It is refreshing to see recognition given to a “real person,” not a politician or someone in “high places.” The woman is Mary...

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The month of March is here. It came in like a roaring lion – wind howling as it whips and tears across the mountains and valleys. Trees dance in a frantic pace. High winds send objects...

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