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Cats make use of election remnants

By Thomas Garcia QCS Columnist So here we are two weeks removed from the election and those mailers that I’m sure everyone got in their mailbox during the elections have found a new use in my house. I have already talked about the havoc my two cats Brownie and Toby were causing with their jingling […]


FFA convention experiences bring back memories

By Lillian Bowe QCS Columnist Once a year, students from all over the nation, including Puerto Rico, gather to compete in agriculture-based competitions. This event is called the National FFA Convention which, for me was one of the greatest experiences of my life. Every fall, a few lucky students who qualified in events like poultry […]

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Faith and Lifestyles

Thanksgiving stress can be relieved by giving thanks to God

By Debra Whittington Religion Columnist “Giving thanks always for all things unto God…” Ephesians 5:20 After much positive response from readers on my free-from-stress holiday articles, my thoughts turned to Thanksgiving. I can only imagine how stressful portions of the first Thanksgiving were considering different personalities and cultures. When humans are added to the mix […]

Misconceptions can lead Christians along mistaken paths

By Leonard Lauriault Religion Columnist While at an airport in another country recently I noticed an airplane being serviced by an airline catering company truck having a nine-celled red and white checkerboard like the trademark used by Ralston-Purina, a widely known pet and livestock feed company. You can imagine my first thought – “I know […]