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To know Larry was to love him, and understand him. He was not perfect but he was a perfect friend to Cumberland County. Most important, he was a friend to all, no matter what their station in life.

If you’re interested enough in a topic to comment on social media, I suppose I’m just old-fashioned, but I think that means you’d also be interested enough to read the story.

Last week, the community gathered three evenings in a row to celebrate the Class of 2021.

Depending on when you’re reading this, we have just a little over 72 hours to go before we can bid 2020 adieu.

I’m sure no one would claim 2020 was the best year ever. There’s talk of turning it into a swear word in the future, as it’s felt like one disaster after another.

Lots of folks in the county were being productive back during the pandemic. That time at home offered the chance to tackle all sorts of Honey-Do chores and the things that seem to always be put off until another day.

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