Skuna Art & Music Festival lots of fun in Bruce

Lisa McNeece

If you missed the Skuna River Art and Music Festival on the square and at the Bruce Museum Saturday, you missed a great day.
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Methodist Women close doors; Charlie learns way around Scat Mat

Lisa McNeece

Long time Bruce business– Bruce United Methodist Women’s rummage sale has closed.
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Stomach virus brings cruelty to us

Lisa McNeece

If you were lucky enough not to get the stomach bug that crippled a lot of the county last week, you were lucky.
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With baby Jack, house again looks like day care

Lisa McNeece

My house looks like a day care again. And I’m okay with that.
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Countians evacuate here from Florida

Lisa McNeece

Calhoun natives Michael Herrod and Diane Parker Winter with daughter Haley and family evacuated their Florida homes and came to Calhoun County last week.
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Architecture River Cruise highlight of Chicago trip

Our first view as we head down the Chicago River.

My only regret about our trip to Chicago last week was just not getting to do everything we wanted to do. Many times when Joel and I are gone, after three or four days, I have had enough and am ready to go home. Not this time.
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Warren’s car trouble softened by football contest win

Lisa McNeece

Barnard Warren of Bruce was the winner of the football contest by tiebreaker over Jace Parker of Calhoun City, and Nathan Hood of Calhoun City.
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Digital cameras biggest change over the years

Lisa McNeece

I wonder if in 1953 when my grandfather started the newspaper in Bruce if he thought his granddaughters would someday be running the place.
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Seen a lot in decades of covering high school football

Lisa McNeece

I’ve been covering high school football for as long as I can remember. In the early days, that meant shooting black and white film, hoping you got something (all you need is one good one), and a roll of 24 exposure film.
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Seeing 9-foot snake everywhere I turn

Snake

Usually on rainy, dreary Monday mornings, I really get excited when neighbor Don Ball brings my newspaper up the drive-way and tosses it on my front porch.
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