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Front Porches
We have moved from the wonderful fresh air of our front porches to the darkened cells of the indoors,.."
Front Porches
 Charlotte, North Carolina is a beautiful city... 
....While leisurely strolling along this peaceful community of Norman Rockwell lore – made aesthetically more powerful in the splendor of spring – I noticed something was missing.  There were no kids on bikes.  No dogs.  No neighbors visiting over back fences.  No commands being yelled from upstairs windows by busy moms.  No squadrons of small children frolicking in the yards.

 A numbing absence of life in a heavenly world of splendor.
 As I observed more closely this row upon row of impressive homes, I noticed something else was missing.  There were no front porches...
 
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Christmas Gridlock and Everyone was Happy
A parade in Clinton is a prelude to gridlock - but it was a happy jam.
Christmas Gridlock and Everyone was Happy

First Friday night in December and the spirit of the holidays was rushing toward me as if I were transfixed to the railroad tracks, staring into the large bright light bearing down on me.

The time was 5:45 pm and I was losing my battle to be in two places at once.

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Education

Graves Middle School student strikes gold at Special Olympics Kentucky Bowling Competition
Graves County Middle School student Morgan Elliott poses with his two gold medals.
Graves Middle School student strikes gold at Special Olympics Kentucky Bowling Competition
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Community and Regional News

Graves County School District makes its Community Christmas Connection through Fancy Farm
Photo by Paul Schaumburg, Graves County Schools
Graves County School District makes its Community Christmas Connection through Fancy Farm

Juliana Reyes, (left) director of the Graves County Central Elementary Family Resource Center, and Jennifer Morris, director of the Farmington and Symsonia FRC’s, examine some items in the girls’ toy section of the Community Christmas Connection Store.

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