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Good Thinking: Consider your calling

by Dr. Don Kuehle

“Jesus calls us o’er the tumult of our life’s wild restless sea; Day by day His sweet voice soundeth, saying ‘come and follow Me’” ……Cecil Alexander

The Bible is a book of stories about men and women and young people whom God has called. Now, we are a part of that on-going saga. God still calls people, all kinds of people; God still calls us to

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Poosey Digest: That bastion of peace

Greetings from Poosey.

For a mere $3000 you can make your bathtub vibrate. That’s according to Jennifer Hartman, a Home Depot bath merchant quoted in USA Today. The VibraAcoustic Bath will shake, rattle and roll your soap around the tub with underwater speakers programmed to play your favorite tunes. Ms. Hartman had no comment on why anyone would care to have her bottom blasted by submerged boom box.

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Post Scripts: What does Flag Day mean to us ?

As we honor Flag Day this year let us try to remember all that our American Flag stands for.  All of us see different things when we look at our United States Flag.  I see the red stripes as a reminder of the precious blood spilled in achieving and protecting our American heritage.  I see the white stripes reflecting the purity in the motives of our founding fathers to provide

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Cut to the Chase: Something certain

by Glen Cope

Two things in life bring about the most grief when crossing the human psyche: death and taxes. When combined, they become a perfect cocktail of anxiety. While a family deals with the passing of a loved one, lawmakers in Washington, D.C., find it necessary to exacerbate that grief by taxing the occasion.

I have worked from an early age alongside my parents on the farm. From building

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Good Thinking: Raise high the Grand Old 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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Off the Editor’s Spike: Its ‘eye’ was always on you

Have you swung by our newspaper office recently? Tucked just inside the front door is a relic worth some attention. It is a portion of an integral part of this newspaper operation for over six decades: an industrial-model newspaper camera made by Robertson Photo Mechanix, Inc.

These cameras were mostly used by newspapers and advertising agencies beginning in the 1950s. It was unusual, at least for its size and weight

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Poosey Digest: How did grandma do it?

Greetings from Poosey.

I knew she was hard working, and I realized that the old gal was kind, resourceful, patient and a great cook, but now I realize that Grandma was a by-golly genius.

Last week found me sitting at a committee meeting beside a lady who had her IPhone in her lap for the entire 90 minutes. And of course she didn’t just hold it, she consulted it every

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Post Scripts: Remember McDonald Tea Room?

I recently looked through my copy of the Post Scripts that I put together in 1981 and turned to the page with the column about Virginia McDonald.  It reminded me of when it burned to the ground on the 4th of July, 2001, just two days before we moved from Gallatin.

It was early in March 1969 that Virginia McDonald died in her sleep in her home, Maple Shade, next

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Cut to the Chase: Farmers ‘Pay It Forward’ with pizza

by Chris Chinn

My family participated in the “Ag Pizza Party” to show our support for Domino’s Pizza. The company recently announced it would rely on animal experts, not animal activist groups, to determine the best way to raise farm animals for food production. As a farmer, I respect Domino’s for its common sense decision and for trusting the experts in animal care. That’s why we are among the thousands

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