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Your Uncle Gib doesn’t throw anything away. This is both a blessing and a curse. You get cursed for having so much “stuff” around, and then yo…

So, its Thanksgiving time again. I thought about finding a funny poem to share this year, but somehow they all seemed shallow. Believe me, I’m…

The opening words of our 9/11Memorial plaque reads in part, “Tuesday, September 11, 2001, began much like any other day. People rushed to thei…

We must have an Irish blessing to go along with St. Patrick’s Day this week. May the Irish hills caress you; May her lakes and rivers bless yo…

CROSSVILLE CHRONICLE. August 1894. Last week we had the obituary for Albert N. Hamby, so this week we have the, “Resolutions of Respect” from …