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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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Do You Remember

Walter and Covey Duckworth By Voda Beth Gradine As I was surfing TV channels to avoid watching the inauguration on Wednesday, I stopped on TVLAND to watch “Bonanza.” Watching “Bonanza,” I was reminded of the extra set of grandparents I was lucky enough to claim during my younger years, Walter and Covey Duckworth. Water and…

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Devotional

Dwelling with God by Pastor Genell Knisley, Grassland Church of the Nazarene God’s ways, His thoughts and all about Him are higher than ours. “For My thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways My ways,” declares the LORD. “For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so My ways are higher than…

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Nancy’s Notions by Nancy McDonald

Food and mood Nancy McDonald Have you ever felt “hangry?” That is, hungry and angry. According to the American Heart Association, you must understand how food and mood interact to make good nutritional choices and avoid emotional or impulse eating. Maybe it’s no coincidence that food and mood are just a letter apart; the two…

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Pet of the Week

Meet Mully, the brother of last week’s Pet of the Week, Geraldine! Mully is a busy, happy guy who loves to be held. To meet Mully, or any of Post Animal Refuge Center’s other great, adoptable dogs, email [email protected], message Post ARC on Facebook or call 806-317-8041.

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Opinion: By Hunter Throckmorton

Bonus Civis Bonus Civis – “Good Citizen” in Latin. What does it mean to be a good citizen, really? I believe part of our current situation is the decided absence of good citizens, or at least a temporary absence. The hallmarks of a good citizen are many, but a few stand out above the rest,…

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The 501 by Hannaba Munn Welch

Robots and bathtubs About 45 years ago a friend of mine said she planned to marry the inventor of a self-cleaning bathtub. She’s still single. If anyone has invented a self-cleaning tub, that clever person didn’t have a booth at this year’s big tech trade show in Las Vegas – the Consumer Electronics Show (CES),…

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Nancy’s Notions by Nancy McDonald

Build your child’s bone bank account Nancy McDonald Your child’s bone health might not be your first concern when you think of how optimal nutrition impacts your kid’s health. After all, osteoporosis largely affects older adults. But, with adolescents reaching 90% of their peak bone mass by age 18 (for girls) and age 20 (for…

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Do You Remember

The importance of curbs By Voda Beth Gradine As I was riding down N. Broadway the other day, without thinking, I glanced over to Ave. I where my grandmother’s house stands. As I reached 13th St., there was a car parked in the front yard this time which was unusual. It immediately sent my mind…

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