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The Southern Democrat, January 16, 1985

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Bewteen the Lines

Happy New Year! It’s 2020 already? Twenty years ago I was graduating from Oneonta High School. Fifteen years ago I was wearing my cap and gown in Auburn, and six years ago I was a new lawyer. Time sure does have a way of messing with your mind. Are you where you thought you would be 20 years ago? I […]

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Marinated Salad Small container of spring mix lettuce1 head of iceberg, green leaf, orromaine lettuce3 green onions, chopped1 bunch broccoli, chopped1 package ramen noodles, crushed1 cup chopped walnutsDo not add walnuts and ramen noodlesuntil ready to serve.Dressing:¾ cup sugar½ cup canola oil¼ cup low sodium soy sauce½ cup red wine vinegar Heat vinegar and dissolve sugar in it. Remove from […]

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The Southern Democrat, January 8, 1928

Susan Moore school burns The Susan Moore School at Clarence was destroyed by fire, the fire being discovered shortly after 6 p.m. last Friday. The origin of the fire is unknown, but it is said to have caught from the inside of the building. An extension of the building had just been completed and was awaiting acceptance by the State […]

What Ricky’s Reading


Talking to Strangers: What We Should Know About the People We Don’t Know by Malcolm Gladwell You can tell when a stranger is deceiving you, right? We see people do it all the time on television. Liars show some of those classic signs – eyes darting, a little twitch, or maybe a bead of sweat on the brow. If we […]

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Bacon Cheeseburger Roll-up 1 pound ground chuck4 slices bacon, chopped1 small onion, chopped8 oz. block sharp cheddar cheese,shredded1 package refrigerated pizza crust Cook ground chuck, bacon, and onions in a large skillet then drain. Press pizza dough into a 15×8 rectangle on a baking sheet sprayed with cooking spray; spread evenly with the meat mixture and sprinkle the shredded cheese […]

Treasure

As we have shuffled and cleaned in the office since Molly and Rob passed, we have found what may seem insignificant bits of paper to the average Joe. To those of us who knew, worked with, and loved them, they are treasures. I keep a slip of paper in my desk, probably written by Jane Hill, with a great joke. […]

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The Southern Democrat, January 1, 1976

Coming: photos on driver licenses “The new Alabama driver license law, passed Sept. 23, is scheduled to go into effect Jan. 1, 1977,” says Col. E.C. Dothard, Department of Public Safety director. “There are some striking changes which will affect each individual holding a driver license issued by the state of Alabama. The most noticeable of these changes will be, […]


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