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Monday, 24 July 2017 10:11

Cooking with Karlee: Granny’s Peanut Butter Balls

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When I was younger I would always watch my Granny cook in hopes of receiving her gift of cooking and baking. This recipe along with all the others she passed along, are very near and dear to my heart, and are my own way of carrying on her memory. These…
Imagine riding west on Washington Street where Liberty Place is today and seeing coffins in several styles being displayed in a glass exhibition window.
Having a nice-looking yard and outdoor space to enjoy is important to me. I don’t have a lot of extra time for maintenance so I always choose low maintenance plants and décor for my outdoor living spaces. Retro metal furniture is very popular now. I have a set that is…
Wednesday, 19 July 2017 22:23

The Southern 500: Racing Memories

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I had taken a liking to NASCAR Racing in 1952 when I listened to the 1952 Daytona Race. This was back when it was run on the old Beach Course. Later, I listened to my first Southern 500.
Wednesday, 19 July 2017 10:01

Sandhills Rod and Gun Club

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The Sandhills Rod and Gun Club was organized on Nov. 14th, 1955, with 25 charter members. It is probably the second oldest hunting and fishing club in Richmond County that’s still going strong.
Christmas Cheer About two years ago when it was close to Christmas, I got a phone call from my daughter Jessica. As I spoke to Jessica, I could hear a commotion in the background. My granddaughter Payton, who was 3-years-old at the time, was chomping at the bits to tell…
Tuesday, 18 July 2017 07:27

Body Shapes: Embracing the Best Part of You

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Body confidence does not come from trying to achieve the perfect body. It comes from embracing the one you have! There are four basic common body shapes; the Pear, Apple, Rectangle and Hour Glass. Which one are you? Pear Shape is the most common — if you have large hips…
Monday, 17 July 2017 08:07

Lessons of a Camping Trip: Take Food

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When I was about 12-years-old, my cousin and I wanted to campout overnight at my grandfather's pond. But my dad told us that we could only campout if we found our own food because we would not be able to take food from home. The only thing that we could…
Friday, 14 July 2017 22:17

Quilts of Love

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At Cartledge Creek Baptist Church we have a ministry that is called “Quilts of Love.” This ministry was the brain child of Sharon Puckett and Crystal Crouch, who also attend church there. The first meeting was held in October of last year and we have met every two weeks since…
I work in a rural area in Richmond County, which is on the border of Hitchcock Creek. We often see strange sights and various critters in this area. Where I work, our trucks are constantly coming and going, so we have large scales for them to pull onto to weigh…
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