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Can Harvick make it back to back at Richmond?

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  • Opinion

    Letter to the Editor: Give me back my hometown

    It seems like not that long ago when I used to ride my bike all over town, without a care in the world. Life was simpler then. Days were spent working hard at school, playing sports, and going to church with family. I smile when I reminisce about school dances and playing manhunt outside when the sun went down. As teenagers, we lived for Friday night football games and meeting friends at Michael’s Diner afterwards. Our town burst with pride for the blue and white.

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  • Opinion

    From Arthur’s Policy Desk: by Arthur Garrison No offense to the Easter Bunny, but it is about more than Easter eggs

    Easter is a time for being with family and enjoying the love of others. It is also a time of celebration that the relationship between God and man no longer needs to be defined by the law of “thou shalt” and “thou shalt not.”

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  • Opinion

    Thinking Out Loud with Connie: Spring cleaning for a spotless house

    Surely as the sun rises every morning, spring will arrive and I believe it is just round the proverbial corner. Believe it! Just yesterday while walking my dog; I spotted a white snow crocus in bloom. It was camouflaged next to the diminishing two foot icy snow bank. That certain proof along with the sun shining and birds chattering in the background was something to smile about.

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  • Opinion

    Book beat by jeff hall: Book beat brings benefits

    Yes, Book Beat has brought benefits to yours truly after writing just one article and three book reviews, in the form of comedy, criticism and commitment to read more!

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  • Columnists

    FOCUS ON THE FAMILY with Jim Daly: Marijuana’s effects too damaging to support legalization

    Q: What’s wrong with marijuana? Personally, I don’t see any reason why it shouldn’t be legalized.

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  • Columns

    The Historian by Robert Wood: Andreas Frey, Pious Layman of New Hanover, Part 1

    Before Rev. Muhlenberg came to Swamp, New Hanover, in 1742 to permanently establish the Lutheran Church in Pennsylvania and the Rev. Leidich (Leidy) in 1748 to do the same for the Reformed, the region was for a time a tempestuous hub of religious ferment. The participants in this drama are remarkable for their spiritual intensity, fervor, and commitment.

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  • Columns

    Welcome to my World: Our wedding day, March 20

    March 20, 1982 was a beautiful spring day for a wedding. I have to admit I hardly did anything as far as my wedding plans were concerned. All I had to do was show up. I made sure I did that.

    By Carole Christman Koch Columnist |

  • Opinion

    Up to Speed with David Barr: Mother Nature finally wins

    Hello readers, Mother Nature has been a real nuisance for the Cup Series this year, with two races being delayed for hours and forced to end under the lights. While the racing at night was fantastic with the threat of rain forcing drivers to race like every lap was the last one, at Texas, the rain was finally too much to overcome. Despite the fact that Texas has lights and that the NCAA basketball tournament finale would be on Monday in AT&T Stadium, NASCAR made the choice to...

    By David Barr For 21st Century Media |

  • Columnists

    Frying 101

    It happens every time I put more than a tablespoon of oil in the pan. I get spritzed/splattered/scorched with hot oil. No way am I going to attempt deep frying. No matter how much I’m longing for homemade French fries…..

    By Davina Weinhold |

  • Opinion

    Meet the Editor: New editor takes the reins at Tri County Record

    Meet your new Tri County Record editor, Lisa Mitchell.

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