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From My Desk by Kendall McCullough

Value of writing Writing begins not with writing, but with observing. But not outward observing, but of inward reflection. Reflection of the mind and its many trails of thought. Reflecting even further inwards, thoughts come from emotions which are even more intangible wisps of smoke, here in one moment, gone the next. Once a train…

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The 501 by Hanaba Munn Welch

Denim Dada Jacket Faded sturdy denim and elegantly embroidered net fabric! A ridiculous combination. Think of that famous icon of Surrealist art – the fur-lined coffee cup, complete with furry spoon and saucer. Yes, we humans are inevitably both fascinated and shocked by unexpected illogical impractical juxtapositions of contrasting materials. It’s no wonder the “Embroidered…

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Yesteryears

By: Elizabeth Tanner 90 Years Ago: A yearly subscription to The Post Dispatch was only $1.50 for in county buyers and $2.50 for those out of county. Two pounds of Folgers Coffee was $1.08. Post Toasties and Corn Flakes were sold for 12 cents. Tomatoes were 12 cents per pound. 1 free package of Puffed…

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Nancy’s Notions

Healthy for the Holidays It’s the holidays and you have lots of budgeting and thinking to do.  There are special people in your life that you want to give a little something to say thank you. For many of us, that gift will be some holiday dessert, snack basket, or homemade jelly.   Why not do…

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Every Crook and Cranny

By: Elizabeth Tanner Share your recipes and comments with us at 123 East Main or thepostcitydispatch@gmail.com When I was about 6, I read a book called Cook-A-Doodle-Doo by Janet Stevens and Susan Stevens Crummel in school. In the book, Big Brown Rooster becomes sick of eating chicken feed and remembers a strawberry shortcake recipe that…

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Devo by Jose Limas

Be Humble A servant’s heart does not exalt itself above others. In this fallen world, most people do not understand the Kingdom definition of a “servant,” which is… “someone who is fruitful and productive for the benefit of others.” It doesn’t matter if I’m rich or poor, educated or illiterate, am known around the world…

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