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“Read with great interest Amy Hudgins’ piece in The Post-Intelligencer describing her growth and success via her 4-H Public Speaking Contest experiences. Nice going, Amy – the ability to organize, present and represent one’s self and one’s thoughts is a super power that serves any and everyo…

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There are so many concurrent events happening in the last few months that they are leaving me in a complete state of shock. I am having a very difficult time trying to understand if this is the nation I grew up in or am I in some weird time warp where everything I understood to be true has b…

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It is time to call this misinformation crusade what it is — this is a covert enterprise to feed us a bushel of lies. And this is the nicest thing I can say to the hot air that blows in on the wind from them. At the core of this is greed. This money-hungry lot is here to play the long game to…

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This is going to be somewhat different. Don’t get me wrong. I have not nor will I ever lose my faith, but sometimes there is a need for some laughter in our lives — not just some these days, but a lot.

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I would like to make an attempt at putting two and two together. However, having said that, I am just like a long-tailed tom cat in a room full of rocking chairs — nervous. Anyway, here we go.

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Shivering in the cold November air, I waited for my dad to finish his attempts to push deer by my stand. I was 15 and was still waiting for my first deer. I had my chances in previous years, but had not yet figured out how to put it together into a successful hunt. When your dad only gets a …

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When our kids were young and they would fall, they would immediately look at us to see how to react to this unexpected event.

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So jest you rear back and tell ol’ Alphonse here what you think of this, OK? Alphonse Wilson, here, the one they call Windy, a-course, bringin’ you whatever’s the latest stuff you need ta know jest to make your life a bunch gooder.

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We, the members of the Henry County Republican Party, are actively recruiting servant candidates for local and regional public office. We are looking for those who wish to move beyond complaining about the problems and, instead, be part of the solutions. Our community, our nation and our wor…

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Can we talk about rights for a moment? This is not a column about abortion, voting or masks. I’ll mention them, but I’m trying to understand things as today’s conversations get fuzzier and fuzzier. The Texas Legislature and Gov. Greg Abbott recently passed a law that made abortion in Texas e…

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“Some fish tale folks in Connecticut are saying they caught maybe a world-record catfish at a size of 21.3 pounds. Oh, yeah? Well, I’m saying Kentucky Lake is just full to the brim with herds of 75-pound catfish, but they’re publicity shy.” — Clyde Peterson, Houston. “The stuff that doesn’t …

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“So, here’s the deal: If I stand up and cheer every time I read a Donna Davidson column in The Post-Intelligencder, is the noise going to get me in trouble with my neighbors, or do you think I might get drowned out by all the other people who are cheering for Donna Davidson?” — Clyde Peterso…

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If the cares of this world are bringing you down lately and you are looking for some encouragement, look no further than our kids of Henry County.

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I know a businessman about my age who has a large acquaintance of other businessmen across the country who, like him, are directly or indirectly involved in real estate or banking.

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Hindsight is 20/20, and humans have never been able to predict the future. Today, we associate Gatlinburg with hotel rooms, kid-friendly museums, rides, tourist traps, mountain scenery and hiking. A century ago, practically no one foresaw this. Gatlinburg and the forests and mountains surrou…

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