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#Tattoos

#Tattoos
 
Throughout the past four decades, tattoos have changed from being a sinful scar to a decorative piece of art. Although the older generation still feels as if ‘inking’ is a waste of money, other people find it enjoyable. For myself, I have found comfort and reassurance in tattoos. I’ve always had a passion in drawing, painting, or even sculpting objects into my own emotions. This type of therapy was more than an output of negative energy, but it was the best way to portray exactly ‘who I am’.

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Evelyn Garner

EVELYN GARNER takes civic pride to a whole new level.  As a resident of Prairie Pines she is instrumental in keeping their outside gardens in tip-top shape. 

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Coral Hickman and a Hero's Accidental Fall from Grace

In my opinion, one of the more unpleasant aspects of an election season is the never ending quest of the media to find “dirt” in a candidate’s past.  While it may be—and, at times, probably is—important to learn of the smudge on an individual’s record of personal history, it occasionally feels like a point learned long ago is being rubbed in.  No one is perfect.  Everyone, even those we view as heroes, has those proverbial skeletons in their closet. 

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Morgans win Best of Show

Rick and Bonnie Morgan's 1962 Chevrolet C10 Pk was named Best of Show at the 2016 McMillian Auto Car Show held on Saturday, July 23 in Ordway Conestoga Park.  The Car Show was held in conjunction of Ordway Days events.  Photo by: Henry Ashida

#AmericaMatters

#AmericaMatters
It has gone too far. A situation starting as a horrific shooting, has turned the world into a ball of panic. It wasn’t until the media identified the shooting as a ‘white’ police officer, unjustly killing a ‘black’ man, that people became outraged. After that one incident, it was almost as if shootings like these became so apparent in the daily news.

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