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Calvin Boys Ranked #2 in the State in Cross Country

The Calvin Bulldogs Cross Country team brought home the team championship at the North Rock Creek XC meet on October 16th. Every team member finished in the top runners group bringing home a medal. The team is currently ranked #2 in the State in Class B for cross country. When asked about the success of his team, Coach Florie stated, “It’s all them. They work hard and push themselves every day.”

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State Question Opinion on #805

For four years, my sole responsibility was to prosecute domestic violence cases. I’ve met countless endangered women and children. I have seen the cycle of violence played out time and time again. I’ve watched offenders exercise power and control over their victims and I have seen firsthand the trauma that is caused as a result of domestic violence. I have also witnessed the hope that is found when that cycle is broken.

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Too Many Movies?

The North wind was about as strong as you can imagine on a bright January day, long ago on a hilltop called Highland Cemetery South of Stonewall. My wife’s Uncle Jack had died the week before and he wanted to be buried there in Stonewall. So here we all were. I had never met or seen this uncle before, but I noted he looked very respectable in his casket dressed in a fine cowboy suit.

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• Birthdays •

October 22 — Greg Mills, Ramona Cross

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Memorial Service for Don Wallis Saturday

Donald R. Wallis passed from this life on Saturday, October 17, 2020. He was born December 25, 1940 in Okemah, Oklahoma to T. L. and Geneva Wallis.

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Allen School Celebrate Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week, which is celebrated annually October 23-31, is the nation’s oldest and largest drug prevention awareness program. According to the United States DEA, Red Ribbon Week is the nation’s largest and longest-running drug awareness and prevention program.

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Country Comments

Sometimes being a little senile pays off . . .

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