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Rays of Hope ~ Tim Stockton

Ransomed for Success There are many other scholars more knowledgeable than I that have done great in depth studies and theories on what I am about to write about. But, as I was reading this past week in the Gospel of Mark chapter ten and specifically verse 44 which states, “For even the Son of…

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50 Year Anniversary of the 1974 Tornado

50 Year Anniversary of the 1974 Tornado Wednesday April 3, 1974 will always be a date that lives in infamy to myself and many other Wayne countians.  This year marks the 50th anniversary of the violent tornado that left a path of destruction throughout the county.  Four Wayne countians lost their lives that night and…

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Opinions on Daylight Savings

On Saturday night, I rolled my clocks forward an hour like everyone else. I grumbled, like I always do, temporarily forgetting that awesome feeling that will occur months down the road when I get to roll the clocks backward. I was completely cognizant that the clocks had moved forward an hour. Sunday, on more than…

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Alice in Wonderland

Do you ever look back on your childhood and laugh at things that made you spitfire way back then? Boy I do! We had a preacher brethren visiting about every week. Course my sweet Mom would cook for them. Well one appointed time, a preacher brethren came to visit and Mom got the old wood…

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Joey E. Silvers

Dear Editor, I would like to express my sincere gratitude and appreciation to Coach Rodney and Cynthia Woods, Athletic Director Kevin Jones, The Wayne County Basketball Boosters Club, and others for their role in the Monticello High School 1974 State Tournament Team 50 year reunion at the February 3rd game against Bardstown.   Thanks also…

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THE BEST RECIPE EVER  

THE BEST RECIPE EVER Matthew 16: 13b-18 “Whom do men say that I the Son of man am?And they said, Some say that thou art John the Baptist: some, Elias; and others, Jeremias, or one of the prophets.He saith unto them, But whom say ye that I am?And Simon Peter answered and said, Thou art…

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Ann Jeannette Pierce

Dear Editor, Our state legislators are not expressing concern for the tragedy before their eyes—the abuse of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities who live in group homes across Kentucky.  Much is to be done.  Senate Bill 173 is a start.  We desperately need constituents to speak up and defend these vulnerable people.  Hopefully, if…

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By Nick Humble

By Nick Humble A few years ago my wife and I were visiting with my sister April and her husband Joe in Missouri.  We were out touring around the area and we decided that we would visit the Daniel Boone home located in Defiance, MO. It was just a few miles outside St. Louis where…

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Miss Alice’s Wonderland

By Alice Roberts Folks are you forgetful? I’m NOT. No way! I may be old and forgetful, but I’m not owning up to it. Let them accuse me of being old.  They’ve got more gray than I do.  Let them accuse me of being forgetful. Yeah go ahead children. Dare you. You’re the one that…

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WHY HAVE A GARAGE?

Luke 24: 46-47 KJV “And He said unto them, Thus it is written, and thus it behooved Christ to suffer, and to rise from the dead the third day. And that repentance and remission of sins should be preached in his name among all nations, beginning at Jerusalem.” Driving on any given street in our…

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