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Jacob Geer of Rineyville is an acorn that hasn’t fallen far from the tree.
Geer, 38, said his parents raised him to be involved in the community as they were.
When Joe Yates volunteers to do something, he’s in it for the long haul.
While he may not look it, Wayne Hayes turned 95 this month.
He’s not only had decades of good health but also shared stories through the years with his morning coffee crew.
After joining the U.S. Army, Bill Mahanna said his first assignment was to report to Miss Jones and he’s been reporting to her ever since.
By ROBERT VILLANUEVA
Before 2016 is over, I just want to say this: Thurl Ravenscroft.
I’m not sure if I should feel lucky or freaked out, but I guess I feel a little bit of both.
With Halloween a week away, it’s natural to think about ghosts, ghouls and things that go bump in the night.
But — politics aside — what really scares us?
Evil is everywhere. It’s become pervasive. You need only look as far as the evening newscast to realize the never- ending degree of chaos our society is reaching.
The dog ate my homework.
OK. That’s not true.
It wasn’t my homework. It was my feature story.
And it wasn’t a dog. It was my computer.
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