Get back to them, not back at them

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If I claim to be a follower of Jesus Christ, reassembling a broken relationship must begin with me.

Bud Herron: Molly mating is some fish tale

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Whether the idea of having human reproduction require two sexes was a brainstorm of God or the random result of evolution, this fact of life certainly leaves me with a lot of questions.

Recovery in Jackson County

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Today begins a four-article series on recovery in Jackson County.

A Deadhead Chicken Head

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There is a John Prine song called “When I Get to Heaven,” which foreshadows John’s untimely demise in 2020 where he sings the lyrics “And I always will remember these words my daddy said.”

Sing a new song: Making space for new music

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There are few things that stir the hearts and minds of people like music.

Editorial: Rep. Lucas’ latest outrage a sad pattern

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REP. Jim Lucas took to social media a few days ago to ask a question about the Uvalde school shooting which shocked those still coming to grips with the massacre of innocent children in a rural Texas community.

Don’t judge a book by its cover

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Much like most other elementary schools throughout the United States, trips to the library were a regular part of our schedule.

Bud Herron: Juneteenth matters to all Americans

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Today is Juneteenth National Independence Day — a national holiday commemorating the day in 1865 when the United States Army reached Galveston, Texas, to declare the end of slavery in the last of the former Confederate states to accept military defeat.

Getting creative in the heat

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Something I’ve discovered with owning a farm is the tendency to want to hoard items seems to increase with each passing year.

What’s the answer for student debt?

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Some folks feel pretty strongly about the Biden administration’s plan to help those who find themselves drowning in student debt.