Monthly Archives: August 2016

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THE LAST WORD

THE LAST WORD   JOSEPH JAMES KINCAID 1933-2016   It is not easy to explain my situation to my friends and family but I’m going to try. We were married forty-five years. We have two grown children who have their own families. In our seven-year struggle with cancer, we tried everything the doctors recommended, nothing turned the tide for us. So one of the last Read More →

TOGETHER TUESDAY – FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

I remember the first day of school as a day of confusion and fear. Read More →

GETTING READY TO GO BACK TO SCHOOL

In light of the fact that the legislature just cut the $33 million dollar fund for replacing old textbooks, communities have to come together and make quality education happen for the children in their location. Read More →

WAYLON: One Awesome Thing

“Baxter had only been in the third grade for a few days last September, but a couple of days were enough. When he’d left, the rumor that he’d been sent away to prison. Everyone had agreed that it would be a good place for him.” Read More →