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Memorial Day, a time for worthy remembrances
Memorial Day, a time for worthy remembrances

Memorial Day is upon us and for most people, that signals the beginning of summer.
The school year is over or almost so, and that means time for vacations, family time and a different approach to life in general for about three months.
Trips will be planned, and the beaches will soon be crowded. Luckily in this fine state, we also have the mountains, and they will get their share of visitors as well.
Public and personal pools will be open, cookouts will happen, and summer movies will be released.

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Thank a police officer this week too
Thank a police officer this week too

Many towns and rural areas will be quiet the coming days as many people leave home to celebrate Memorial Day at the coast or other vacation spot.
Riding on the coattail of our legendary SoapBox author, Mike Brantley, Memorial Day is far more than a reason to launch vacation season or shop special retail store sales. We have thousands upon thousands of reasons to celebrate Memorial Day remembering those who are no longer with us who graciously served to protect our freedoms.

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Backward Glances
Backward Glances

This photo was published in The Nashville Graphic on February 2, 1967. The photo caption read: Sam Ennis (second from left) of Northern Nash seems to perform a basketballitis operation on another Northern Player, Ollin Manning, who is using one of the Four Oaks players as a table.

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