Columns/Opinions

A Politicized Year with House Democrats

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This week, lawmakers in both chambers of Congress return for the first legislative session week in the calendar year. While a new year often ushers in hopeful anticipation about what

An Anchor for the Soul

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Do you ever feel like you’re running low or out of hope in your life? I think at some point in time we all may feel that way. So what

Kids Bible Stories

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Today is the Bible according to kids who attend Sunday School and Vacation Bible School in our churches. I put it together and condensed for some sort of continuity: A

Looking Back

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The Walters Herald Jan. 24, 1935 Miss Viola Stevenson and Harry Calhoun were married Saturday evening in the home of Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Trevette, pastor of the First

2020: Another Chance!

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A new year is here! 2020! Perfect vision! One would think you would be able to see the year with clarity! Well, maybe y’all heard this before. It was many

Looking Back

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The Walters Herald Jan. 10, 1935 Remains of a pre-historic mastadon, near relative of the elephant, which roamed this country from 25,000 to 50,000 years ago, were unearthed recently in

A cuddly holiday story

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Seals are cute, indeed, but they are not known for being affectionate.  A cat, yes.  A dog, yes.  But a seal?  Perhaps, says the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC],