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Thanks for 80th birthday greetings

This is to thank everyone who attended the party on July 6 at Good Samaritan Home for my 80th birthday.

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Saying prayers might ward off trouble

I'm a nonagenarian now, and most of the pleasures I enjoyed when I was young have long fled to that nebulous region in the sky that is often called limbo.

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Data manipulated to obscure truth from Americans

Is this world nothing more than an ever-changing kaleidoscope of ugly manipulated data? Sadly, yes.

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We need innovations to encourage recycling

Why has a neighbor given up on recycling aluminum, steel, plastic food containers, paper magazines, church bulletins the list goes on and on?

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Thanks to those who helped make Makerfest a success

Last week the third annual Makerfest connected over 400 students from 14 regional high schools and a number of community residents with the major manufacturing and logistics companies in our area.

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90th birthday greetings appreciated

To everyone who made my 90th birthday very special, I THANK YOU!!

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Pike County group seeks funds to help unmet needs

Pike County Unmet Needs needs your help! Pike County Unmet Needs (PCUN) is a nonprofit 501c3 organization comprised of representatives from county churches and local social service agencies.

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Thanks to children for dinner party

We want to thank our children and their spouses for the delicious dinner party. We appreciate all the cards and gifts

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Listen to the scientists on global climate crisis

You're going to hear a lot more about the global climate crisis, and you should pay attention. You should pay attention especially, if you are a conservative Republican.

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Jensen Woods Camp celebrates first year of operation under foundation

On Aug. 27, Jensen Camp Foundation celebrated the first year of operation as owners/operators of Jensen Woods Camp in Timewell.

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