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Highlights from 23 years of marriage
Highlights from 23 years of marriage

My wife Kristi and I are celebrating 23 years of marriage this month. At least I am, since I believe I got the better part of the deal.
With that having been said, I have a list of highlights from our marriage, in no particular order:
•The honeymoon in Edenton. Operating on a tight budget, we had a short weekend of a honeymoon in Edenton.

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Hoping for good things to come from Habitat for Humanity merger
Hoping for good things to come from Habitat for Humanity merger

Earlier this month, Nashville’s Habitat for Humanity merged with Rocky Mount’s Habitat for Humanity, forming the Nash Rocky Mount Habitat for Humanity.
Nashville’s Habitat has been a fairly active group over the past year, especially considering the group is all volunteer.
In all, the group has made the dream of home ownership come true for 10 families.

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Please exercise your right to vote, protect your freedoms

Dear Editor:
As a proud American Citizen, I have a passion for encouraging fellow Americans to exercise their constitutional right to vote and to fight to protect their constitutional right.  I am old enough to remember how humiliating it was for my mother, who would be 99 today, to exercise her right to vote.

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Backward Glances
Backward Glances

MORE HARVEST FESTIVAL SNAPSHOTS –– This photo of a float in the 1961 Harvest Festival is from The Graphic’s 1961 archives.

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Nash County Animal Friends’ Notebook

FREE pets = DEAD pets!
There are many reasons why a pet owner may need to re-home their pet. There are far too many reasons to list. It is not our place to judge their decision. When faced with re-homing under a time constraint, many owners will give the pet away for free through local advertisements without researching the new owner’s background. The risks of giving pets away for free are huge.

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