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With Love in the Dream

With Love in the Dream

Thanksgiving tragedy narrowly averted   By DAVID B. CAMPBELL For 35 years, since 1982, my mom has made a dish that has become a must-have at all traditional family feasts. She first brought it out my senior year in high school. It was a recipe she found in “Southern...

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Front Porch Reflections

Front Porch Reflections

It’s really up to us   By CHARLIE BOOTHE   Kitchens are full of fancy gadgets, ways to make cooking quicker and easier, often with two ovens, countless pots and pans, huge stoves and refrigerators, plenty of storage space and, well, things I’m sure I don’t even know...

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You Can’t Make Up This Stuff

You Can’t Make Up This Stuff

Opening Day – Part 1    By SHANNON BROOKS I’ve been really busy lately, what with fall events, school obligations, seasonal chores, and so on. There’s always way more that needs to be done (and that I want to do) than there is time to do it. What’s more, I had to meet...

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Shelter Stories

Shelter Stories

Little family is together again   By JOY JAMISON Anyone who has ever had a sick pet knows how my weekend has gone. Well, the earlier part was not so hot for George, but from then on, it was downhill all the way for both of us. Just one of the many things different...

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