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Barbecue benefit today supports Russell Family

Barbecue benefit today supports Russell Family Co-workers at Wade Inc. and friends of Ed Russell are raising money with a barbecue lunch and benefit today to help him and his family through difficulties brought on by Mr. Russell’s serious health challenges. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Batesville Lions Club barbecue sandwich plates…

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Responsible choices can lead to better quality of life

Responsible choices can lead to better quality of life I always love to hear that you read It’s Friday! and try the recipes, and are making changes in the way you eat.  That’s positive motivation for me for sure!  I enjoy writing about the things I love and nutrition and healthy lifestyle are at the…

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Latest headlines: diet choices are top risk factors

Latest headlines: diet choices are top risk factors Did you hear the news last week? It was major news, but not from our nation’s capital, or Wall Street, or our State Capitol, not even from Hollywood.  But it was on all the major networks and social media sites.  This news was too important to miss;…

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St. Paddy’s Day food influenced by Irish Americans

St. Paddy’s Day food influenced by Irish Americans By Peggy Walker, R.D. It’s Friday!  Not St. Patrick’s Day, that’s next Friday. I’m giving you plenty of time to green things up and get ready to serve a delicious Irish meal!  Maybe…. Well according to Irish tradition, St. Patrick was the missionary who first brought Christianity…

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Mushrooms make tasty, nutritious low-cal side dish

Mushrooms make tasty, nutritious low-cal side dish In 3-K every week is a new letter and Mack’s been loving it! “F” for farm was fun and he shared his farmer toys for show and tell.  He’s recognized that “G” also stands for Gigi (that’s me) and GeGoo (DW). For “Q” he took his quarter collection…

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Warm February inspires spring cleanup in yard

Warm February inspires spring  cleanup in yard Well DW has brought home another clump of daffodils (jonquils, buttercups) from his grandparents’ place down in Yalobusha County.  More is good, though we do have a pretty good stand going on in our yard right now.  And they’re all blooming at once. I’ve tried to collect a…

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Church News

Church News Sunday, February 26 The Miracles from The Baddour Center will perform at Sardis United Methodist Church at 6 p.m. Persimmon Hill M. B. Church will be having their Annual Black History Program at 2:30 p.m. The guest speaker will be Bishop Lawrence Vaughn. Pastor is Andrew Fluker. Deliverance Tabernacle Pentecostal Church will be…

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First president’s legacy remains in historic home

First president’s legacy remains in historic home Regardless of your political persuasion you must admire anyone who wants to take on the job as President of the United States.  Can you imagine the massive expanse of that job?  Twenty-four/seven, everyday… for years. No wonder presidents tend to come out gray headed, having to contend with…

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