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Maxine’s Musings

By MAXINE MORIN   I hope you had a happy Easter. I hear the Eagles Easter egg hunt was well attended and they finished about the time it started to…

For-get-me-nots

By GAIL LEAMING Guess what? I read last week’s article to Ron and he went out and sawed the limbs in the yard. We still have to saw trees by…

Scouting report

Wheat in the jointing stage becomes sensitive to freeze damage at 26-27 degrees Fahrenheit. Wheat prior to jointing is not likely to be affected by frost or freeze according to…

Metzger’s Mutterings

By MELODY METZGER   Lamar Democrat   It has been a melancholy week around the Democrat. Emily Clements, grandmother of our star salesperson Melissa Little, passed on April 15 (Tax…

Sheldon

By DARLENE SHERIDAN I received word last Tuesday of the sudden death from a heart attack of my nephew, Ed Sheridan, age 60 of Dawn. Ed pastored at two churches…

Coonfoot & Vicinity

By LOUISE OTT   Peeking out the door this early Monday morning I see our dear Lord has blessed us with cloudy skies and we are supposed to have scattered…

Maxine’s Musings

By MAXINE MORIN   It really is spring now. Although I read in an area newspaper where snow may fall in some areas due to the lunar eclipse. We will…

For-get-me-nots

By GAIL LEAMING   I think it is ironic that this nation now has more people on food stamps than working for a living and the government wants more people…

Metzger’s Mutterings

By MELODY METZGER   Lamar Democrat   Well, I got my taxes done in the nick of time, finishing them up an entire 10 days before I had to! A…

Sheldon

By DARLENE SHERIDAN   I was saddened to receive word today that my nephew, Ed Sheridan, passed away. Graveside services were held Sunday afternoon. Ed was the youngest son of…