Golf Scramble Season

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As we hit the dog days of summer, I think this time of year is possibly best described as ‘Golf Scramble Season’. There are certainly several of those on which to report in this column, so keep reading for more information, whether one is a duffer or not.

Hearts turned toward the Lord

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Okay, last week, we had a peek at my Dad’s family reunion. This week we’ll be reliving those following days with Daniel’s family on our trip to Pennsylvania with a 55-passenger bus.

Blessings that flow from grace

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For young children, a long-awaited event ‘never comes’. But it did, and it happened.

American newspapers, journalists in a quandary

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I subscribe to two newspapers daily, a local one and the Dayton Daily News. I’ve attempted to get the New York Times delivered with some reliability, but have discovered that’s not possible in Piqua, Ohio. Both my husband and I prefer print versions that we can hold in our hands, and we prefer to receive the paper early each day so that we can be informed. Of course, we get news from other sources such as television; however, we despise the repetition on television as well as the endless interpretations/commentaries. And when an event occurs that demands we have more information before the print newspapers arrive, I go online. We also subscribe to two news magazines weekly.

A trip to the big lake

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By David Lindeman

I don’t mean this bad

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By Marla Boone

Juneteenth: A celebration of freedom

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By Dr. K. L. Allen

The Amish Cook: Open for the adventure

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This week’s column is written by Gloria’s yonger brother, Jeriah Raber.