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Out and About – Week of May 25th

Summer doesn’t actually begin until around June 22, but the “Summer Season” arrived Monday, Memorial Day. This means that gentlemen may now wear white shoes, white shorts, and black socks. Warning: If you do this, you’ll be showing your age. The ladies may continue dressing in any way they wish. They do not need any coaching. Oh, I almost forgot. ...

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Three kittens

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  Meow! We are three little kittens who haven’t lost our mittens but are trying to find a home. We are real little gems – Onyx, Pearl and Amber. One of us is male and two are little ladies. We are about 8 weeks old. Please come in and see us and give us a loving place to grow up. ...

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Out and About – Week of May 18th

The internet is full of remedies: everything from curing toenail fungus to preventing baldness. Some of these remedies actually work, and some are just plain crazy and could be harmful to your health. I have several skin tags on my upper body that I’d really like to get rid of. As a matter of fact, one physician in town refers ...

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Peaches

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  Hello. My name is Peaches and I am a female brown and white terrier mix, or I could have some Chihuahua or Min Pin in me. All I know is that I really like people and am very sweet. My small black muzzle is very cute. I am about 3 years old and I walk very nicely on a ...

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Out and About – Week of May 11th

Since returning home to Three Rivers in  1996, I’ve spent a lot of time reflecting on those years I spent growing up here in my hometown. I long for those days when things seemed simpler. The downtown didn’t have any empty buildings. There were several shoe stores, cafes, ladies and men’s clothing shops, two active movie theaters, a couple of newspaper ...

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Out and About – Week of May 4th

If I stopped spending money at the grocery store next week, they would never even notice I was gone. If you and I were to take a small fraction of our grocery money and spend it at the Farmers’ Market, we would help a local farmer pay the rent. We might even help save his farm. Please watch this paper ...

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