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Wed
27
May
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Patchworkb

Opening packages of food is a major deal at our house. We simply can’t do it right!!Growing up, I can remember improperly opened boxes of crackers and cereal, and other items, although they were clearly marked how to open them. Well that has been carried over into my house, too. In fact, I’ve become very careful how I open a box or pack-age. Usually there are instructions or perforations indicating how the manufacturers think the consumer should open the package. I have had the habit of grabbing something off the shelf and ripping off the top of the box. (I think its hereditary!!)With the onset of arthritis in my fingers, it gets harder and harder to unscrew lids or open packages. Potato chip bags have even become a challenge!!

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Wed
20
May
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Dear Fellow Patriots

By Robert Rowe
 
People can be despicable; for instance, should you happen to let some people know that annoy you or displeased by them in any way, they’ll find a way to double their efforts against you. We wish things were not that way characteristically concerning people, but they are; unfortunately, there are people out there that actually enjoy annoying other people. They are easy to spot because they’re always the ones who are always complaining about the way other people are, or are not treating them.
 
Wed
20
May
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Patchwork

by donna smith ammons
 
Hubby-dear “let” me drive the riding mower last week (before the rainstorm). He’s been retired for a full week now and I think he is enjoying all of this togetherness. When we were both working, we would meet each other coming and going….now he’s here all the time and so am I. Some friends have advised that is going to be an adjustment. Oh really?
 
Wed
13
May
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Random Ramblings

by Daniel Jones
 
I used to write this column almost every week while serving my first tenure at the Sabine Index. Much like then, I feel that if we have interesting submitted items for the opinion and editorial page they are much more worthwhile than my opinions on any number of things.
 
Wed
13
May
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Patchwork

by donna smith ammons
 
The ending of a school year always brought great excitement when we were kids. Looking forward to an entire three-month vacation and endless possibilities for fun just added to the happy smiles of the “last day of school.”
 
Wed
06
May
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Looking Back

Citizens against the consolidation of area schools, as proposed by the Sabine Parish School Board, spoke about the problems it would create at the monthly meeting. The Jaycees’ Rodeo was a success. Some of the proceeds were donated to the Fall Festival for premiums and improvements to the buildings.
 
Wed
06
May
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Patchwork

Hubby-dear retired last week after being in the banking business for over 25 years. Something tells me, he will only retire once….not like me, who retires and goes back or never leaves. Actually, he will be retiring to Cobb Drive to finish our massive renovation project. We are in the middle of re-doing the living/dining room and kitchen. Already we’ve decided to rest when those three rooms are complete and then it will be on to the addition and rest of the downstairs.
 
Wed
29
Apr
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TOPS PROGRAM - EXPENSIVE AND UNDER REVIEW

The TOPS educational pro-gram has been extremely ben-eficial to Louisiana because it provides funding for many stu-dents who would not be able to afford college costs to enroll in universities and continue to re-ceive financial support.
 
Wed
29
Apr
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Patchwork

How do you respond when a respected neurologist says, “You may be genetically clumsy.”? O-Kaaaaay!Apparently I am an accident waiting to happen.Friends have been aware of this since 2001, when I fell down a hill at DeGray State Park in Arkansas and broke my leg while we were on vacation.
 
Wed
22
Apr
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Dear Fellow Patriots

The Constitution is nothing but a charter of negative liber-ties. Do you happen to remember who said that, and what effect does that remark have on you, or do you even care at all? What the Constitution really is, is a national guarantee on yours and our personal freedoms, right (inalienable), and the guarantee of our governing body to ensure our personal free-dom, our inalienable rights and to protect every citizen so that they may enjoy those benefits. No, it is not a contract that says that it will supply all of your needs.

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