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Dipping into the mail bag makes for good reading

I’m happy to report that most of the mail that

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Musical version of ‘Shrek’ has fans singing OOH’s praises

CHARLES TOWN – If you’ve never been to a production

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‘It’s Christmas time in the city’ and the mountains as well

Traditions are an intricate part of any Christmas, including many

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Ward Hill Lamon a ‘master’ in service to Lincoln, in life and death

The dedication of the National Cemetery in Gettysburg, Pa., on

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Traditions, like rules, weren’t made to be broken

I hope that you had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. Thanksgiving

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Pope Francis on free  markets and morality

The following excerpt is taken from the new “Evangeli Gaudium,

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A dedicated barn snoop’s afternoon

The North River Mills shop has virtually no heat and

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Just before the Butcher Center opened for Shepherd basketball, the

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The leaves have fallen from most of the trees. Frosts

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Why is there hunger in the land of plenty?

As I recently sat through the documentary, “A Place at

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