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Making a difference in the lives that cross your path

Making a difference in the lives that cross your path

by Pat Farrell Her name was Barbara Gammon. She passed away several years ago. I ran across her obituary in an old hometown paper when I was once visiting my…

Eyvonne Spencer was an inspiration to the community

Heaven is a brighter place now. A light that shone for years for so many in Pulaski, Eyvonne Spencer has now joined the celestial light and has gone to our…

The Story of Jesse James

Looking Back with Lloyd Mathews, original publish date unknown Back in the good old days, (and by that I mean any time prior to 1910) the American people didn’t have…

Watch who is coming into your life

Watch who is coming into your life

It was 11:00 p.m., and I clocked in for duty on the Telemetry Unit at a local community hospital. Now, for those of you who don’t know about telemetry, it’s…

Bombast in the evening

It’s such a cliché to complain about Mondays, but let’s face it, they really do suck. There’s just not much in a Monday to recommend it, particularly mine, which involves…

To our family, friends, community and local churches,

As many of you know, our peaceful lives turned upside down recently after we lost our home to a massive fire. Thankfully our family is safe, which is absolutely the…

Kindness

Kindness

by Pat Farrell I have spent my entire life fighting fat, whether it was in my mind or on my body. I fought it as a young woman through anorexia…

Understanding love

Understanding love

By Pat Farrell I had a grand “aha” moment last week, and I want to share it with you. My mother was a complicated woman. She was a complete mystery…

When furniture was treasured

Looking back with Lloyd Mathews, original published date unknown In the past few weeks I have written about the country fireplace and the country kitchen stove. There are other old…

Holding onto shame and regret

Holding onto shame and regret

by Pat Farrell You know, I could sit here all day and be so ashamed and regret all of the things of my past. Instead, I intend to use my…