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Keep an Eye on the Temperature

by Freida Marie Crump

PooseyDigest_WPGreetings from Poosey.

I knew we were in trouble when the altar candles started to sag. Our little church can tolerate almost anything temporal or spiritual but the atmospheric conditions last week truly tested our patience. Our church’s air conditioning system had served us well for 20 years then on the first hot Sunday of the summer it had the audacity to die right before the

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Going Wholeheartedly to the Dogs

Dw.cdrLiz and I know quite a bit about the “empty nest.” But there’s more laughter at our house since we acquired a new puppy this past week.

We chose to grieve a few months after we were forced to put Laddie, our little Sheltie, down last winter. As a practical matter, it’s much easier to house train a new dog in warm weather than during winter’s cold. But not having

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Letter to the Editor: Community Fundraiser

Dear Editor,

I am saddened by the lack of community support that I witnessed first hand at the benefit recently held for Dalton Huston, a local boy with cystic fibrosis. There were some generous businesses that did make donations and we thank you for your kindness. What upsets me most is not many people showed up to support this young man. Cystic fibrosis is a horrible disease, my niece Jennifer

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Good Thinking: Hurrah for the Grand Ol’ Flag!

by Dr. Don Kuehle

At various times and places we stand with others and pledge our allegiance to our nation’s flag:

“I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”

No matter how many times we say it, the words still evoke a sense of national pride.

In

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The Shepherd Calls: My Garden 

ShepherdCalls_WPYears ago, my wife and I were privileged to visit some friends in London. Our friends took us many places to show us the sights of their lovely country. At Buckingham Palace, I was admiring the beautiful, flowery scenery and remarked, “What a lovely yard.”

Quick as a flash, our hostess said, “That definitely is not a yard. A yard is where you park your car.” In London, a yard

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Strengthened with All Power

by Pastor Steve Ellison

While being held in bondage in Rome, Paul wrote out a prayer for the church at Colossae. That prayer is recorded in Colossians 1:9-14.

First, he prayed that the Colossians would be controlled by the will of God, walk in a manner worthy of God, pleasing God in every respect. Verses 11-12 ask that God would strengthen the Colossians (and all Christians) for a specific and

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Footprints of Kindness

by Freida Marie Crump

PooseyDigest_WPGreetings from Poosey.

Wanda McBride is somewhat of a nut. No, she’s delightfully loony. While other extroverts march to a different drummer, Wanda’s spent her life listening to an entirely different band. In short, she’s a bodacious delight, always doing the unexpected, bringing joy into the room each time she enters.

That’s why her vacation plans are never a surprise. Last summer she packed up her

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Capital Report: Fighting Back the EPA

by State Sen. Brad Lager

This week, President Obama is expected to unveil new carbon emission standards as part of his Climate Action Plan. This effort, which is being implemented by executive order, is expected to heavily hit coal-fueled power plants which our state relies upon for lower cost energy rates. Despite this, the President is poised to enact these incredibly strict mandates that are all but guaranteed to drive

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A Sesquicentennial Proposal

Dw.cdrWhat do you do for something 150 years old?

This has been on the back burner for some time now, knowing this week was coming. The Gallatin North Missourian will embark on its 150th year after printing this week’s edition. And before you’re finished reading this column, we’ll float a balloon about an idea on a way to celebrate.

Whew, 150 years …how’d we get here?

The countdown on

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