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On consecutive nights, reports surfaced of shootings and injuries related to violence inside the Capitol Hill Enterprise Zone in Seattle, Washington.

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My dad and his friend Gene were returning from a very successful night time frog-gigging trip when dad’s truck’s headlights went out. 

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All you garage sale folks could make a tour of the Chadwick area on Friday and Saturday. One never knows what treasure they may find. I will be taking part on Saturday at the Chadwick Community Building. Hopefully, a new World War II book will be ready by that time. 

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Parents often find themselves stressed by everyday words and thoughts. 

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The number of fishing license sales across America was up dramatically during COVID-19 stay-at-home orders. People were looking for something to do outside the home while still being able to avoid crowds and maintain social distancing. Fishing offered that opportunity, plus they could even c…

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As summer officially begins this month, it is a great time to use binoculars to search for the celestial gems of summer. These star clusters are made up of large group of stars that are shaped into round objects like a globe, hence the name globular clusters.

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You finally found an item online that you’ve been looking to acquire.  It’s a specialty item not carried in any local store that will finally complete a cherished set of china you inherited. The piece is available from a firm in Cincinnati.  

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Looking at the night sky from a location far from city lights has inspired many people. One sees a multitude of stars, with most of the stars being very dim. It also raises questions for the observer. Did the universe always exist, or did it have a beginning?

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There was all kinds of weather and different temperatures for the past three days. If one didn’t like what was happening at noon, there was always that 4 o’clock change. It could be better, and could be worse.

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It’s an annual holiday tradition that we always protect. Every year, the Christian County Headliner News shares letters that children from Christian County write to Santa Claus.