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The perfect gift of his lasting legacy

By Jan Miller Penton Gauge’s mom and dad have always celebrated his birthday in a big way, and ...

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A break from the heat and protection from Hermine

By Skip Rigney By the time you read this on Saturday, tropical storm Hermine will probably have formed ...

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The chances of God’s grace in times of need

By Ronnie Michel What are the odds I would take a walk around my neighborhood and see my ...

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Thoughts from thin places

By Felder Rushing Digging in the dirt for me has deep mental and philosophical connotations. As we physically ...

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Feeling God’s constant love with every step

By Jan Miller Penton The subtle nuances of the coming season help to bring structure and constancy to ...

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Growing population lends to more traffic issues

By Jillian Haskin Many students who live within close to PRC High School leave their homes up to ...

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Gardening outside the lines

By Felder Rushing Hard core gardeners often color outside the lines, don’t always fit in neatly. It may ...

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Summer temps and humidity coming back strong

By Skip Rigney Well, it was nice while it lasted. The cooler mornings and lower humidity, I mean. ...

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Summer gives way to autumn

By Jan Miller Penton The summer flowers in my garden still brighten the landscape although they have grown ...

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Jujube, the fruit, not the candy

By Felder Rushing Just ate my day’s fill from one of the most sadly-overlooked landscape-quality fruit trees. Always ...

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