Commentary

Thu
05
Dec
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TVL again proves its strength in football

The results of the 8-man football championship games show just how strong the Twin Valley League was this year. B&B took their final state title in the 8-man Division II game, routing Wallace County. If Hanover would’ve made it past B&B, I’m betting they could’ve taken Wallace County in a rematch from a non-district game earlier in the year.
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Thu
05
Dec
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You’ll never walk alone

By Elizabeth Rogge.
When I was in high school my school performed the musical Carousel. There were enough students who tried out for the different parts that we were able to have two casts and two different performances. A friend and I were extras and sang in the chorus for the first performance, and then acted in the second performance. Our favorite song from the show was, You’ll Never Walk Alone. Recently I received an email with a link to a performance of You’ll Never Walk Alone by André Rieu and the Johann Strauss Orchestra (http://biggeekdad.com/2013/11/youll-never-walkalone).
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Tue
03
Dec
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‘The Indian graves’

By Joe Phillips.

What was it? I wandered my grandfather’s farm. It was a short trek out the side door. A trail crossed the pond dam climbed the hill to the south. In a hazy corner of my memory is an image of an area of rocks; not large, not small but organized. My grandmother walked this trail on Sunday mornings to Naomi Baptist Church; the short cut. She could walk it faster than my grandfather could start his old car. The trail passed the front door of her friend Jewell Brown.
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Mon
02
Dec
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Raising a baby calf

By Phyllis Hobson.
Raising a baby calf is a little like starting the foundation for a new building. It looks easy to start with. It isn’t until you get involved that you realize the enormity of the project. He’s little to begin with. Little and soft and helpless. Like any baby. Only this one isn’t a very pretty baby. He’s knobby-kneed and wobbly-legged and cloven-hoofed. He has pointy horns and an unsteady gait and a very large need for a mother. That’s you. Caretaker. Milk warmer. Bucket carrier. Stall cleaner. Supplier of encouragement and confidence. Mother.
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