Lifestyles

The Beauty of the Mountain West

By Brennan Riker The Post Dispatch   Natives to the great state of Texas will take pride in the beauty of the state, and some will even go to great lengths to defend the claim that its beauty is unrivaled to the other sights of our great country. And why wouldn’t it be? Every region…

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Fifty years of carhops at Holly’s

By Voda Beth Gradine The Post Dispatch Holly’s Drive-In has been and is still one of a kind with carhops serving customers since June 28, 1971, when Lewis and Mary Nell took the drive-in over. The first carhop at Holly’s was Lewis’ youngest sister Brenda Holly Angerer. She never wrote an order down. She visited…

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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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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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