The First Annual Traditions of Athens Mystery Dinner Theatre
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The First Annual Traditions of Athens Mystery Dinner Theatre

By: Ali Elizabeth Turner On Wednesday, May 23, Traditions of Athens is going to present us an opportunity to support...
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The 36th Limestone County Sheriff’s Rodeo: The Largest Outdoor Rodeo East Of The Mississippi
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The 36th Limestone County Sheriff’s Rodeo: The Largest Outdoor Rodeo East Of The Mississippi

By: Ali Elizabeth Turner Three and a half decades ago, when Sheriff Mike Blakely and other like-minded members of law...
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Issue April 20, 2018
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Issue April 20, 2018

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Artist Says Patti Malone Portrait Will Allow The Slave-Turned-Singer To Inspire Generations
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Artist Says Patti Malone Portrait Will Allow The Slave-Turned-Singer To Inspire Generations

By: Holly Hollman An oil portrait of Patti Malone will grace the original stone fireplace of Scout Music House as...
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Heat Up F+or Health
The Alternative Approach

Heat Up F+or Health

By: Roy Williams Most of you know that we are constantly exposed to toxins. Over time they can accumulate and...
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L Is For Laughter Therapy
Mental Health Minute

L Is For Laughter Therapy

By: Lisa Philippart As early as the 13th century, physicians used humor in medicine to alleviate pain. Often, stories were...
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Horse Whispering – Trauma
Horse Whispering

Horse Whispering – Trauma

By: Deb Kitchenmaster My fascination and enthusiasm for life continues to grow – no matter what’s happening. I may not...
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Jump…Life Is Too Short!
The View From The Bridge

Jump…Life Is Too Short!

By: Jackie Warner As a society, we have made “Life” in itself so demanding and when we add to it...
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Summer Camps 2018 – Learning As A Lifestyle
Lifelong Learning

Summer Camps 2018 – Learning As A Lifestyle

By: Wanda Campbell “Summer means happy times and good sunshine. It means going to the beach, going to Disneyland, having...
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Top 10 Reasons Why Older Adults Should Exercise
Health & Fitness

Top 10 Reasons Why Older Adults Should Exercise

By: Janet Hunt From the American Council on Exercise (ACE) It’s becoming increasingly clear to the medical community that it’s...
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Banning All Things Never Works
The Millennial Mind

Banning All Things Never Works

By: Rosemary Dewar The concept of being able to curb a community’s immorality by restricting access to things such as...
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Cooking With Anna – Avocado & White Bean Salad
Cooking with Anna

Cooking With Anna – Avocado & White Bean Salad

I love avocados! I can eat them on everything. Sliced, diced, spread on toast…nothing beats the creamy deliciousness of an...
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A Call To Action! – Clean & Green
Clean & Green

A Call To Action! – Clean & Green

By: Lynne Hart We know that most people truly do care about their local environment. We know for certain that...
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Catching Up On Spring Sports (If You Can Call It Spring)
PlayAction Sports

Catching Up On Spring Sports (If You Can Call It Spring)

By: Tim Lambert Just in case you forgot, spring sports around here actually get their start in February and, as...
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Learn From Kids – Dream BIG!
Slinkard On Success

Learn From Kids – Dream BIG!

By: D.A. Slinkard What is one thing you would do if you knew with 100% certainty you could not fail?...
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What Makes Ronnie Roll: Athens Still Rocks
What Makes Ronnie Roll

What Makes Ronnie Roll: Athens Still Rocks

By: Ali Elizabeth Turner Mayor Ronnie rolled in, fresh from an inspiring weekend where he was honored at the Unsung...
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All Things Soldier: G’Bye To Gunny And The General
All Things Soldier

All Things Soldier: G’Bye To Gunny And The General

By: Ali Elizabeth Turner We have lost two icons this week, Marine Staff Sergeant and honorary Gunnery Sergeant R. Lee...
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Publisher’s Point: Washington D.C. Whirlwind
Publisher's Point

Publisher’s Point: Washington D.C. Whirlwind

By: Ali Elizabeth Turner I am just back from a trip to our nation’s capital that can only be described...
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Herbs & More: There’s Something About Mary, Mollie, And Abbie
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Herbs & More: There’s Something About Mary, Mollie, And Abbie

By: Ali Elizabeth Turner A few days ago, Gwen Williams, who with her husband Roy owns Herbs & More in...
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Issue April 6, 2018
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Issue April 6, 2018

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