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Live, Laugh, Love Define Toney
Live, Laugh, Love Define Toney

Judy Toney just beats all.

No, no, don't get cranky. She is not the last word, or the big Kahuna, or the hottest dog on the block.

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Try Laughing
Try Laughing

Two Grandfathers Share Stories With Their Oldest Grandson

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Honoring Their Service & Sacrifice
Honoring Their Service & Sacrifice

Have a happy & safe Memorial Day Weekend

PLEASE DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE!

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This young girl is a hero;  Maryssa Dysart celebrating last chemo threatment
This young girl is a hero; Maryssa Dysart celebrating last chemo threatment

This rising seventh grader is a cancer survivor and is celebrating an amazing milestone.

Maryssa Dysart of Cliffside, who turns 12 years old on June 1, successfully completed a two-year regiment of chemotherapy treatments for her leukemia at Levine Children's Hospital in Charlotte on April 19.

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Outdoor Truths
Outdoor Truths

I love the outdoors, but you can be assured of the fact, sooner or later accidents will happen.

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GARDEN TIME
Have you finished planting your garden?
YES
NO
Don't plant one

Wayne "Sparkie" Nolen, age 73
Wayne "Sparkie" Nolen, age 73

Wayne "Sparkie" Nolen, age 73, of Forest City, passed away on Friday, May 22, 2020.

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Listen To Life
Listen To Life

How are you doing today?

When someone asks you how you're doing, how do you respond? Do you just pass off their question as a greeting and just say, "Fine" or "Okay"? Do you launch into a laundry list of complaints you have about how you're feeling or what's wrong with you or how you were doing fine until that obnoxious Mr. Jones ruined your day?

Or, maybe you Live Positive like Mrs. Glick. Mrs. Glick was a very special lady. My friend met her when he was a teenager. She made a real and positive impact on his life.

Every time my friend asked Mrs. Glick how she was doing, Mrs. Glick said softly and sweetly, "I'm thankful for one more day." She lived to be 103 years old, greeting each day by being thankful for one more day.

So my friend, when asked how he's doing today, says like Mrs. Glick, "I'm thankful for one more day."

The next time someone asks, "How are you doing today?," even if you don't feel it, say, "I'm thankful for one more day" and keep saying it until you Live Positive like Mrs. Glick.

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