I don’t watch a lot of television, in fact I’m *this* close to canceling, or at least downgrading, my service as a way to save some money and encourage more productive behavior. I say downgrading because football season is approaching. Network stations may have to be kept.
Once in a great while, life throws “curve balls” at you. I hate to over do the sports analogies, but it’s true, curve balls can be thrown at any given time of any day the good Lord gives you!
I’ve been told my a number of people that this column is one of the first things that they look at each week when they open the paper. To them, I first say thank you, but this week I also want to stay stop ahead before you go too far. Look over to page 2 and first read the story about the benefit that is being planned in Clay Center for Heather Symtschytsch, as this week’s column directly addresses it.
This past week to week and a half around Clay County has definitely been one of those time frames in which communities throughout the county certainly showed off their pride on several different levels.
It was a big breaking news day in Clay County on Friday, but I can only do so much at a time, so I decided that my time would be best spent covering the ever so exciting... locker removal at Sutton Public School.
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