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School buses

Carolyn Cary's picture

In the mid 1950s there were six school buses in the county, all owned by farmers or small business owners in Fayetteville.

When I came to town in 1966, there were 11 school buses, ten of them privately owned, one owned by the school board.

Bamboo Panda

Rick Ryckeley's picture

Experts say bamboo grows about a foot per day, so fast you can actually stand in front of it and see shoots and leaves sprouting.

That’s what my three brothers and I believed for those seven magical years we spent growing up at 110 Flamingo Street.

Why CPE?

David Epps's picture

 Last Tuesday, 20 weeks of intense involvement came to a close as I completed the first unit of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) at Piedmont Fayette Hospital, through the College for Pastoral Supervision and Psychotherapy.

Being out-snuckered

Ronda Rich's picture

It is a blessing of a life to know common man philosophers. Those people, though not formally educated, who are plenty smart when it comes to sizing up life.

Rodney, my brother-in-law, is the Will Rogers of our family. “Uncle Si,” I always say, “has nothing on Rodney.”

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Residents of Brooks on Aug. 29 held a grand opening for the town’s newly renovated 22,000 sq. ft. library. Pictured from left are Jake Kunz, Lewis Harper and Mayor Dan Langford.