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Isn’t this weather great for August 20th? After the rain it put people cutting their grass including Dick and Tony Richards. Thursday, Norma Cross and I vistited Heart of the Ozarks Healthcare Center. We had lunch there with Peggy Jenkins ...

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This cool weather has been welcome the past few days. We turned our air conditioner off. KKOZ radio station did a good job giving out the election returns last week. Basketball practice started last week at Plainview. Kailey Thompson will ...

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By the time the paper comes out this week, the primary election will have been decided who won, or lost. Some will rejoice and some will be disappointed. We’ve been listening to all the interviews on the radio, Art did ...

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We are so thankful for the rain.  The grass is getting green again.  Not much going on here, in Peckerwood Holler. Tony Richards has had another batch of quail hatch out over the weekend. Goodhope General Baptist Church, went to ...

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Priase the Lord we’re getting a break with the heat. It has been raining here in Peckerwood Hollow this Sunday evening. I enjoyed being in church today, the first time for a few weeks. Mary Cox passed away Friday. Our ...

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Dick Richards sat at the Walnut Grove Cemetery Saturday the 26th. He got to visit with lots of people he knew, and some he didn’t know, I think. Jerry, Joe and Jim Johnson was there most of the time. He ...

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Hopefully it will rain today. It kind of looks like it might. Freeda Richards and I attended my cousin, Ruby Miller’s funeral last week. Our prayers are with the family. Jim Haas and his daughter, LeAnn Gravel, and her granddaughter, ...

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May 7, 2012 – Dick and I visited with Larry and Lynn Clayton the 7th. Larry is improving, hopefully he can soon be able to get up some every day. We talked to Bob and Ella Mae Husky at the ...

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The weeks are going by so fast it’s hard to keep up. They say that it is a sign of old age. Mark Jones drove the third and fourth garde students from Plainview School to Springfield last Tuesday to the ...

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We welcome the rain we received this morning. I won’t have to water my flowers today. We appreciate the work on our road 536 a couple of weeks ago.  It is the best we’ve ever seen it. Plainview School had ...

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