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I know nothing about nothing to do

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KATHRYN YARBRO Guest Columnist A young mother asked me last week why I didn’t write about children having nothing to do around here. I wasn’t smarting off when I told her I couldn’t do that because I knew nothing about having nothing to do. I can’t remember when I didn’t…

Breakfast brings weather changes

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KATHRYN YARBRO Guest Columnist Set a date for the Lincoln Times-News annual breakfast and watch the weather wait until the day to get extreme. This year we got rain, downpours much of the day. In the 39 years that the event has been on the third Thursday, at least 30…

Our View: Take wise precautions; refuse to live in fear

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Lincoln County Schools are going through the same tough test that all U.S. school districts are facing: How best to respond to security concerns after the massacre in Newtown, Conn.? Our school board is wisely moving forward with projects that would have made sense even before the tragedy, beefing up…

Reader’s Forum — 1-23-13

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‘No Photo ID’ claims are full of holes Monday’s “Guest View” editorial from a liberal newspaper conveniently focuses on the first several sentences of the State Board of Elections Voter ID report (available on-line – search for ‘DMV _ SBOE ID Analysis_2013.pdf’ – include the spaces — which you’ll find…

January called cruelist month for a reason

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KATHRYN YARBRO Guest Columnist Mother Nature gave us a slight reprieve from the cold last weekend with some warmer weather along with some foggy mornings and needed rain. January is a bad time of the year for me. Cold rainy weather, short days with not much going on. Many of…

How an angel helped Christmas come early

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  CAROLYN PARKER Guest Columnist Christmas came early for me last month. Where to begin? I guess the beginning the best. On the seventh day of November, I left my home for a doctor’s appointment. When I left, I said goodbye to my dog Buffy, and when I returned a…

Did you resolve to do better this year?

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KATHRYN YARBRO Guest columnist This is the first week of the new year. Did you join others with the first day sit down dinner of black-eyed peas and collard greens? The superstitious tradition of the New Year’s foods is supposed to bring prosperity for the coming year. How about resolutions?…

Reader’s Forum — 12-26-12

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Should Christians bear arms even to defend? In the wake of the Newtown massacre, I am reminded that I never understand how so much of this country identifies itself as Christian, yet these same people feel the need to arm themselves to the teeth, so that they might have the…

Reader’s Forum — 12-21-12

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Letter writer right about offensive photos I very much agree with Suzanne Chapman’s Dec. 19 letter in the Lincoln Times-News about the pictures of the killed deer and the very young people pictured with them. I understand hunting for food, but I hardly believe in this modern age that we…

Reader’s Forum — 12-19-12

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Stop publishing photos of dead deer I have been a reader of Times-News for 50 years, even when I accompanied my husband on many of his military tours overseas. After his death, I joined the Foreign Service for another 20 years overseas. I received the Times-News no matter where I…