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Pet of the Week

Jay is one great dog!  He loves people, has good manners and gets along with other dogs.  He was actually in a home for a year and was returned when the family’s situation changed.  He is one of our COVID casualties.  To meet this handsome fellow or any of our other adoptable dogs, contact Post…

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Spinning Plates

Koreen Guillermo, Post FUMC   You know that feeling where you are the plate spinner at the circus and all your plates are wobbling and about ready to fall? Only this is real life and if one plate drops it means something important comes crashing down?  Yeah, that feeling.  That is where I have been…

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What Motivates You?

by Pastor Genell Knisley, Grassland Church of the Nazarene   There are days when life is so full of joy and there are days that are hard.  Day by- day, what is it that motivates you to continue on? Are the motivations different?   I think to myself: “What is my motivation?  Is it about me,…

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Do You Remember

By Voda Beth Gradine   Most everyone in Garza County has been touched by some way or other by Bo and Marita Jackson. If you have had a bite of Jackson’s Beef Jerky or german sausage, you were touched by Bo.  If you went to school or had a child going to school in Post…

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor: Reference to visit of Congressman Arrington to Post and in particular “representing the views of West Texas”. Questions I would have asked the Congressman: 1 The insurrection on June 8, 2021 – a vote against any investigation of the facts concerning this outrage. How did you (Arrington) vote on certifying the election returns?…

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Pet of the Week

This big boy is T-Bone.  He is about 6 months old and a real charmer.  He is smart, loving, and energetic.  To meet T-Bone or any of our other adoptable dogs, contact Post Animal Refuge Center at postarc@yahoo.com, on Facebook at Post Arc or give us a call at 806-317-8041.

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The Heirloom Kitchen

I love it when a neighbor or co-worker has a bumper crop of peaches. Is there anything better than fresh sliced peaches with cream? I’ll take them anyway I can get them. And I love baking with stone fruit. Fresh picked peaches pack the perfect flavor in these adorable peach purses. They are similar to…

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The Garza Gardener

Zucchini holiday By Ellen Peffley What to do with all the zucchini! The mother ship in the garden quickly grew from a small seedling into a sprawling bush that exploded to 6 feet in length and almost as wide. A mixed blessing, for sure. We sauté, roast, bake, fry, grill, broil, steam, and mash zucchini;…

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Opinion: By Hunter Throckmorton

Created Equal Contrary to some of our founding documents, not everyone is created equal. Yes, we are born with the same rights, but we vary in size, strength, speed, and stamina. For a long time in human history those who were blessed with size and strength and the mental capacity to use it were often…

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Peggy’s Corner

New titles arrive just in time for Winter Reading Challenge By Post Public Library Staff We have finally received our first shipment of new adult books for 2021! If you are taking part in the Winter Reading Challenge, we have a new book to help complete your challenge under author’s name beginning with the letter…

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