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  • 79,265

    By Gordon Hopkins Though it will not be published, and therefore you will not read it, until the following day,…

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  • “The Best English is Ours”

    By L.K. Cramb First Published June 27, 1957An editorial in The Omaha Word Herald recently mentioned that a three-million-dollar British…

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    Step Back To Move Forward

    Let’s get back to a sense of community.I recently spent some time with some readers on some changes we want…

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  • 6.22.22

    1905Fairbury was running an “independent” Chatauqua, and the papers were giving it liberal boosting. Thomas A. Lawson, Governor Folk, Frank…

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  • Goodnight, Sweet Chariot

    By Gordon Hopkins It is hard to say goodbye.It is especially hard to say goodbye to someone who has worked…

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  • Must Holler Loudly

    By Don Shearon First Published August 19, 1969“Some of the eastern periodicals these days are running stories of how farm…

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  • Aletha Kleine

    The family of Aletha Kleine would like to help her celebrate her 85th birthday on June 22. Her children are…

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  • The Past is Not Just Prologue

    By Gordon Hopkins So, I heard recently that Joe Tess Place is closing. That may not mean much to the…

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  • Dress Code Not Confined to Farm

    By Denise Anderson First Published January 20, 1995I stopped by James' and Sharon's house the other day to see if…

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  • Elvis Has Left the Building

    By Gordon Hopkins There is perhaps no individual name more associated with the lights and glitz and general debauchery of…

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