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Say Whaaaat?

So much bloodshed! The Baller Pumpkin Wars of 2022 I never expected to be in a blood feud with a hospice provider, but it’s a matter of principle.

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A Second Look

Two seniors from Sardis High School have been elected by their classmates to compete with students from other high schools throughout the United States and territories for the 119 Pepsi-Cola Four-Year College Scholarship. The contestants chosen were: Doris Watters and Gladys Jones.

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During the course of the summer

During the course of the summer, area residents witnessed almost daily the much-awaited exterior of restorations at the Monroe Theatre. At the same time, the Theatre Committee continued to facilitate its plans for the theater and its audiences. The non-stop motion of both groups continues to bring enhancements and essential capital improvements to the Monroe Theatre.

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Switzer & Area News

The Switzer Community Heritage Association, Inc. will hold its annual meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 18 at the St. John's UCC Fellowship Hall, 51736 German Ridge Rd., Powhatan Point. Everyone is welcome to attend this free event and bring old family/community photos for scanning/ copying at no cost. There will be a drawing for all attendees who bring old photos, with the prize being a Robert Kroeger original painting of an historical barn in Monroe County. We will serve light refreshments and we plan to display historical information about our community. If you have any questions, please contact Marjorie Baumberger, Board President, at 740458-1507.

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A Second Look

With more than 41 babies “marching” across the platform on display, Hi Walters McWilliams, Times-Leader Columnist picked the three most attractive babies at the Beallsville School and Community Fair last Thursday. Winning ribbons were: first place, Alice Armenda Crum, 2, of Beallsville; second place, Carole McCormick, 1, of Beallsville.

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