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I opened up my pocket knife and cut a piece of cheese. The blade was sharp enough to shave and sliced the cheese with ease.
My good wife asked me, “Have you ever washed your knife with soap?” I slightly hesitated, then I answered with a “Nope!”
The Fed announced this week they would hold the course on hiking interest rates further in the months ahead.
The word “change” often seems to be the word most used to portray modern life. These days, one either adapts to change or gets consumed by it. However, some things, especially as they apply to human relations, never change. Today, I was reminded of that fact as I drove past the local school and noticed several young students grappling outside
CARDWELL— James Carmody remembers many of the antics he got up to as a boy at Cardwell School. Some of the most exciting involve the use of wax paper on an old-fashioned slide fire escape in order to make it a speedier ride.
ENNIS—This weekend brought to a close a race series that might have seemed long to anyone who wasn’t one of the participants.
SHERIDAN - Sheridan celebrated its Summer Festival Friday, Aug. 3, through Sunday, Aug. 5, hosted by the Sheridan Volunteer Fire Department.
Friday’s festivities included dinner in the park, a beer garden, a kickball tournament and music from Kneejurk.
VIRGINIA CITY—After six decades without it, Virginia City is finally getting some gas.
At its monthly meeting on Thursday, August 2, the Virginia City town council voted to approve a project that has been on the minds of residents for years—the installation of a functioning gas station.
ENNIS - A new organization seeks to make ambassadors out of the students who go through its 50-hour course – ambassadors for sportsmen, for hunting, for the highly successful North American Model of wildlife conservation, for the outdoors in general.