But she loved the dress
(Column ~ 05/28/15)
A man had a lovely and gracious wife that he wanted to do something special for. One day they saw in a store a dress that was to her the most beautiful dress she had ever seen. It was very expensive, but she loved the dress. They went in to price it and it was perhaps more than they had ever dreamed of paying for a dress but it was special, and he could afford it and he bought that dress for his wife. ...
The Inalienable Right to Life
(Column ~ 05/28/15)
Almost 250 years ago our Founding Fathers eloquently wrote that the inalienable right to life isn't granted by Congress or any legislature, but is endowed by our Creator. Sadly, even as our scientific knowledge and medical expertise advance, this inalienable right is still being debated in Washington, D.C. ...
University of Missouri develops Irrigation App.
(Local News ~ 05/28/15)
In April of this year, the University of Missouri released a new irrigation phone app for Missouri farmers. A photo of the main menu of the Crop Water Use App was featured on the last issue of SEMO Farmer. Dr. Gene Stevens at the Fisher Delta Center said the project has an interesting history. ...
Malden ends NMCC's district run 3-0
(High School Sports ~ 05/28/15)
MALDEN -- There was no playoff magic this time around. After back-to-back final four appearances highlighted by come-from-behind wins, New Madrid County Central saw its season come to a close in the Class 3, District 1 championship game Friday at Malden High School...
The Everyday Fisherman
(Sports Column ~ 05/28/15)
There are professional fishermen among us. Here in the Heartland, especially Northwest Tennessee, there are more professional crappie and catfishermen per capita than anywhere else in the country. Most anglers, however, are just your average, everyday fisherman, but there's something to be said for that...
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