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  1. School’s Out!

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    May 22, 2012 by Annie McCormick

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    I’ve been attempting to practice patience lately. I’ve been told that I’m way too impatient, especially with the tv remote. Technology has enabled me to have some things in a nanosecond and I have gotten used to it.

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  2. Staying on the Path

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    May 8, 2012 by Annie McCormick

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    A longtime friend of mine is battling Hepatitis C. He’s currently on his second round of treatment. Besides the nastiness of the drugs used to treat the disease, he is struggling with another aspect of his treatment.

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  3. Fire, Part III

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    October 8, 2011 by wcobserver

    Back when his neighbor Cotton was still alive, my dad would call out to him on the morning of a fire. “Come on over,” he’d wave his arm. And Cotton would bring over a few limbs he’d been saving or anything wooden he wanted to get rid of, set up his lawn chair next to Dad’s, and they’d tend the fire together.

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  4. Bug Scuffling Through The Friendly Neighborhood

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    October 3, 2011 by wcobserver

    Anytime a road is named after your surname, you know your family has been around a long time. This is the case with Gary and Debbie Paulk who live on Paulk Road in West Fork. While Gary may not actually live on Bug Scuffle, he is definitely a Bug Scuffler.

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  5. Hurricane Irene Still Causing Problems … for Web Users

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    October 2, 2011 by wcobserver

    Tip 1 – Clickjacking scam on Facebook: You see a video box to click on. It says “VIDEO SHOCK – Hurricane Irene New York kills All.” If you click on it you are a victim. You are asked to share a link to the Facebook page. After you have watched the video the scammers want you to take an online survey.

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  6. A Natural Weather Forecast

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    October 2, 2011 by wcobserver

    Nature is full of weather predictions, but some are harder to interpret than others. Sure, if the grass is wilting just about everyone can identify that we are in a drought. When the sky is dark, we can determine a storm is approaching. However, a real naturalist can tell what the winter is going to be like, if it is going to rain tomorrow and even what the temperature is just by using clues from nature.

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  7. See’ya in the Spring – Good Fishing!

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    October 2, 2011 by wcobserver

    Hello Northwest Arkansas anglers! Fall is upon us and boy I am excited about it. We are getting some much-needed rain and cooler temps.

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