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Cardinals shock baseball: Will Pujols stay?

November 1, 2011

Wow. It happened. The St. Louis Cardinals completed one of the most memorable comebacks of all time when they won the 2011 World Series in seven games against the Texas Rangers. Down 10.5 games to the Wild Card leader Atlanta Braves on Aug. 25, the Cardinals came back the last month of the season to take the National League Wild Card on the last day of the season.

HOLLENBECK: Tradition continues: Thanksgiving is approaching, so bring on the corn

November 1, 2011

It’s fast approaching the time of year when I cook.
I should clarify the statement.
We do eat at our household. We always have and more than likely we always will, but most of the time I “fix” things. I reserve cooking for people like my late mother; the Courier’s Pat Stuckey, who can cater meals to feed army-sized settings at the same time she’s doing six other things; Gail Nickerson, our Grits & Grace lady; and others who know what they’re doing when they walk into the kitchen.
I can identify a spatula in a utensil lineup, but when you get into more complicated gadgets, I’m at a loss.

Claudia Crain

November 1, 2011

Claudia Crain, 80, passed away Sunday, Oct. 30. She was born Nov. 11, 1930, in Hopper.
A long-time resident of Benton, Mrs. Crain worked at Rexall Drug Store and Kroger Delicatessen. She was a member of Northside Church of Christ in Benton.
Mrs. Crain was preceded in death by her husband, A.J. Crain; her parents, Claude and Roxie Coffman; four brothers, Winfred Coffman, W.K. Coffman, Glen Coffman, and Billy Coffman; and two sisters, Geneva West and Bernice McKnight.

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