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Book Review By BILL BRYSON Reviewed by PEGGY BARNETT The Road to Little Dribbling is the kind of book that you want to read aloud to whoever is in the room with you. If no one else happens to be around, you might choose to write a review about it. Beware, however, of
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L.L. Beans integrity showed forth in his business By LORAN SMITH columnist FREEPORT, Me. – The most famous outfitter of the Great Outdoors, L. L. Bean, is named for the founder, Leon Leonwood Bean. The headquarters store is open 24 hours daily, 365 days a year, which would make L.L. flash a thumbs-
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Kitty Bits Susan Hopkins Pope recently celebrated an anniversary. Last week marked the beginning of her 45th year working here at the paper as our society editor. That translates to many thousands of articles.read more
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Snakes can be scary but they are not the only things that bite or cause harm By ROGER ALFORD columnist I have a very good friend who says there are only three kinds of snakes that people should fear.Big snakes, little snakes, and sticks that look like snakes.read more
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Don't Forget Washington Post 5899 VFW will have whole hog barbecue on sale this Saturday, July 21, beginning at 10 a.m. at the VFW. Meat by the pound and stew by the quart..read more
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Cub Scouts invite all interested to first meeting of school year Cub Scout Pack 280 invites families interested in scouting to attend the first monthly pack meeting of the new school year on Wednesday, August 8, from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church. Boys and girls in grades 1-5 are invited along wit
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Workshops, movies continue at library Magician Keith Karnok of Athens performed at the Mary Willis Library last Tuesday to a crowd of over 80 children and their parents as part of the library’s Summer Reading Program.The next craft workshop will be held on Thursday, July 19, at 2 p.m. f
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Fishing Creek sets homecoming, revival to begin on July 22 Fishing Creek Baptist Church will host its homecoming service on Sunday, July 22, at 11 a.m. with guest speaker, Tempe Brown, and Pastor Roy Cates delivering the message, and special music by Joni Smith.read more
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Civil Wars Grandest Warrior will be topic of Roundtable meeting next Mon. Dr. Brian Wills, director of the Center for the Study of the Civil War Era at Kennesaw State University, will present “The Genius of Lt. Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest, the Civil War’s Grandest Warrior” to the Washington Civil War Round Tab
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WCCP is most engaged county; Cobb is Most Valuable Person Wilkes County Community Partnership (WCCP) was named Most Engaged County and received an Award of Participation at the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Retreat held June 20-21 at Sweet Daddy’s Barn at Pine Knoll Farms in Appling. The event was sponsored by
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