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Without spoons, Thanksgiving would be a mess

November 21, 2012

By Alma Joyce Hahn

It is funny how simple things we take for granted can have a rather interesting history if we just knew it. For example, the other day I was thinking of all the tasks our family used to do in preparation for Thanksgiving dinner. My job was usually to polish the silver. To relieve the drudgery, I used to wonder about who thought up the designs for the pieces of tableware. Not long ago I finally got around to looking it up. It is kind of interesting.

Seeking good requires more effort than bad

November 21, 2012

By Brent Davis

Is it possible to be thankful and guarded at the same time? In today's multi-tasking society I suppose it is possible, but is it practical? Wise? Healthful? In my opinion, the answer to each is a resounding no.
Being thankful requires an open-heart and a grateful perspective, neither of which can be maintained under the strain of negativity.
Being thankful requires the ability and desire to see the good in all things, even when the temptation to focus on the evil is compelling and familiar.

Sister Act 3: Lauren, Kristen Dempsey combine for 35 in win

November 21, 2012

The 2012 high school basketball season could not have gotten off to a much better start for the Harmony Grove Lady Cardinals. Sitting at 3-1 heading into the Thanksgiving break, the Lady Cardinals have put together stellar shooting nights while play excellent defense on the other end.
Senior guard Lauren Dempsey has been a huge spark in the starting role for the team, averaging 15 points per game including a 19 and 21point showing so far this young season.

Week 1 of high school football in Saline County was pretty good. Of course, with the Salt Bowl at...
BENTON – Approximately 30 people turned out for the first meeting of the Benton Touchdown Club on...
LITTLE ROCK – The Bryant Lady Hornets cross country team competed at the Minuteman Cross Country...

 

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