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Today's Features

  • Name: Mary Ida Lucas

    Age: 102; I will be 103 on Aug. 7.

    Address: New Hope Road, Heath Springs

    Family: Husband, the late James Lloyd Lucas; four children, Arthur Lucas, Marian McNeely, Mary Powers and Edith Taylor; 13 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren and 13 great great-grandchildren  

    Job: Retired, Springs Industries

    Church: Grace United Methodist Church

  • These days, when Dale Walker goes shopping, you can count on there being a notebook full of manufacturer’s coupons open on the baby seat in the top of her shopping cart.

    “It’s all about saving money,” Walker said. “You’ll do anything you can to save money these days.”

    A rough economy has reversed a 14-year decline in coupon redemption in the United States.

  • Name: Mary Ida Lucas

    Age: 102; I will be 103 on Aug. 7.

    Address: New Hope Road, Heath Springs

    Family: Husband, the late James Lloyd Lucas; four children, Arthur Lucas, Marian McNeely, Mary Powers and Edith Taylor; 13 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren and 13 great great-grandchildren  

    Job: Retired, Springs Industries

    Church: Grace United Methodist Church

  • Coupon-clipping has become so popular that some stores are now advertising items to match manufacturer’s coupons.

    However, some of them have also revised their coupon policies to limit what customers can and cannot do.

    Many retailers are attributing the changes to TLC’s popular “Extreme Couponing” show, which showcases over-the-top couponing practices.

  • Coupon-clipping has become so popular that some stores are now advertising items to match manufacturer’s coupons.

    However, some of them have also revised their coupon policies to limit what customers can and cannot do.

    Many retailers are attributing the changes to TLC’s popular “Extreme Couponing” show, which showcases over-the-top couponing practices.

  • It was a sound that brought summer to a halt along every Erwin Farm street.         If we were racing our home-made, human-powered go-carts made from worn-out mower wheels, discarded lumber, rope steering and axles fashioned from metal rods discovered in a pile of rubbish from the old mill trash pile off Laurel Avenue, this sound would bring out a red flag as it drew closer and closer.

  • It was a sound that brought summer to a halt along every Erwin Farm street.         If we were racing our home-made, human-powered go-carts made from worn-out mower wheels, discarded lumber, rope steering and axles fashioned from metal rods discovered in a pile of rubbish from the old mill trash pile off Laurel Avenue, this sound would bring out a red flag as it drew closer and closer.

  • During summer months, days are longer and more people are outside for longer periods of time, increasing the health risks from heat exhaustion and overexposure to the sun.
    Each year, more Americans on average die from heat waves than from any other natural disaster.
    And every hour, one person dies from skin cancer, which is the most common occurring cancer in the Unied States.
    Staying cool
    To avoid heat exhaustion and overexposure to the sun, follow these steps to stay cool and safe this summer:

  • During summer months, days are longer and more people are outside for longer periods of time, increasing the health risks from heat exhaustion and overexposure to the sun.
    Each year, more Americans on average die from heat waves than from any other natural disaster.
    And every hour, one person dies from skin cancer, which is the most common occurring cancer in the Unied States.
    Staying cool
    To avoid heat exhaustion and overexposure to the sun, follow these steps to stay cool and safe this summer:

  • Eating your own words (or thoughts) isn’t always the most appetizing thing on the menu. 

    Like castor oil, it can get something stuck out of your system.

    You know, I’ve read my share of letters to the editor from folks who want to thank others for doing the job they are paid to do. 

    And most of the time, I made light of their letters. 

    However, that chicken has come home to roost and is crowing away atop a house gutter.