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From girl next door to fiancée
From girl next door to fiancée

Caroline Toney was the girl next door for her husband, Matt.

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One month after first kiss, couple got married
One month after first kiss, couple got married

Whirlwind romances don't always end up in happily-ever-after. But for Scott and Emily Bowers, it did.

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Three decades later, high school sweethearts finally marry
Three decades later, high school sweethearts finally marry

In October 1976, Jeannie Smith was a 15 year old who was new to the area. In order to meet new people, she said, she joined band and drama at school. During a cast party, she met a "dreamy, but shy" guy who she hit it off with. He began to look for her at school and came to sit with her in the band section during football games.

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Will Panthers Get Super Bowl Ring?
Will Panthers Get Super Bowl Ring?

Here we are Super Bowl 50! Denver (12-4) versus Carolina (15-1).

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Outdoor Truths
Outdoor Truths

I spent my last few days of this deer season in Alabama with Jonathon and Hubert (affectionately called Hube). Jonathon brought Hube not only because they are friends but because it was Hube's 80th birthday and because Hube loves to hunt.

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Leo Carter, age 92
Leo Carter, age 92

Leo Carter, age 92, of Forest City, passed away Thursday, January 28, 2016.

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Listen To Life
Listen To Life

Do you play Scrabble?

Recently I got an email from a friend who enjoys Scrabble, giving me some examples of how you can rearrange the letters of certain words to form other words. For instance, when you rearrange the letters of "dormitory," you get "dirty room." And when you rearrange the letters of "the Morse code," you get "here come dots." Pretty cool, eh?

And the word, "desperation" becomes "a rope ends it" when you change the lettering around. Did you know "animosity" rearranges into "is no amity?" And "snooze alarms" becomes "Alas! No more Z's." "A decimal point" rearranges into "I'm a dot in place." "Eleven plus two" changes into "twelve plus one." "Mother-in-law" scrambles into "woman Hitler." And "slot machines" scrambled around is "cash lost in me."

Life gets rearranged a lot, doesn't it? Well, no matter how you spell it, "positive" can't spell "negative" even when you're rearranged, so listen to life today and make a positive life.

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