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We want to know your top ten love songs ever!

By: Jack Walker With or without ‘Valentine’s Day’, and other ceremonious festivals of affection, this topic will never truly rest. It sure is fun to debate it though. Music lifts us up and sets us down while it brings us any emotion from misery to bliss. Say no more. Just listen. We want the riffs…

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They say a teacher lives on through his students,  but in Mr. Rose’s case  it means that our students get to really live.   “Remember me?” I recognized the voice on the telephone right away. It belonged to Frank, my colleague, friend, and brother— from another mother. “Remember me?” “Of course, Frank. What’s up?” “I got…

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On December the following individuals were presented plaques for being Heroes in the city of Abilene. They were Edward Sheppard and Floyd and Marilyn Miller, the first couple to receive the award. The awards were supposed to be presented in April but were delayed a couple times by the pandemic. Mayor Williams and Pastor Andrew…

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President Franklin D. Roosevelt addressed a joint session of the U.S. Congress on December 8, the day after the crushing attack on Pearl Harbor. “Yesterday, December 7, 1941—a date which will live in infamy—the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan.” He went on to…

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2020 has been very busy and a difficult year to maintain democracy in the United States.  With COVID-19’s threats that the U.S. Postal Service would not be able to properly deliver mail-in ballots, people were concerned whether to risk voting in person or to mail their ballets to the election offices.  Safety measures and COVID-19…

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