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“I don’t visit often with the lady’s voice on my GPS, but when we do, it’s always eventful. My Henry County penchant for cutting down any road that appeals to me, no matter my actual destination, drives the poor ‘recalculating’ lady nearly out her mind. And then there was her revenge, when I…

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“So, Mary Kate Ridgeway writes in her P-I food column on the history and merits of broccoli. Broccoli! I’ve never met Mrs. Ridgeway, but I fear her position on the broccoli matter means she and I are finished as pals without ever getting started.” — Clyde Peterson, Houston.

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Awareness is a powerful thing. It presumes there are things we don’t know and, so long as we don’t know, we don’t have to do anything about whatever it is we don’t know.

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I know it’s difficult, or maybe simply too boring, for a lot of people to grasp the idea of America being a symbol of good — or at least a symbol of hope.

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“Two things you don’t want to do in the world of athletics: 1) take the field against the Henry County Patriots, or 2) get into a cross-country race with anybody named Winders.” — Clyde Peterson, Houston.

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“Feel that crispness in the air this morning?” Dud asked. “Just about time to go huntin’, don’t you think?”

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“Just saw a television report skewering President Donald Trump for his remarks and apparent views on the homeless. Regrettably, what the president understands about poverty, homelessness and how to deal with it seems to be profoundly ignorant  — even more ignorant than TV folks who traffic i…

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“You ever do any clicking on that collection of announcements on the left side of The Post-Intelligencer homepage (www.parispi.net)? I haven’t much, but I did last Friday got quite a payoff. There was a piece on there via the Henry County Medical Center about Starla Roberson becoming certifi…

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Joseph Anthony Plummer was born on a cold, drizzly morning in January of 1980 in St. Louis. He had two older sisters; Lou Nell was 7 and Alice had just turned 3.

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“Noticed in Tuesday’s ‘From The P-I files’ feature that 75 years ago, Mr. C. S. Russell was opening his new Pontiac dealership at 822 E. Wood Street here in Paris. That had to be a big deal, ’cause back in the day, a new Pontiac was the equivalent of one of today’s hot new BMW vehicles. Ask …

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