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Tomorrow is my birthday and I don’t know about you, but birthdays always make me kind of introspective. Like my own little personal New Year’s Eve, I find myself reflecting on not just the last year, but all the years before it. I think about the hard-learned lessons, who I’ve been and the r…

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I think a lot about wildflowers. We have these gorgeous white ones that grow in various parts of our yard and every time my husband mows our grass, I gently remind him to leave them standing. Leave them until they’re ready to go.

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I think a lot about wildflowers. We have these gorgeous white ones that grow in various parts of our yard and every time my husband mows our grass, I gently remind him to leave them standing. Leave them until they’re ready to go.

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Being a mother of eight in 2020 is something that sets me apart from my peers. I am asked advice as someone who has “been there and done that” on almost every parenting issue. We can safely say that 2020 has afforded the world with issues that no one has “been there, done that.”

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As the Safer at Home order is lifted and we venture into the unknown (where are my Frozen 2 fans at?), I have been thinking a lot about what happens next. While we know things may not return to what we came to know as normal for a while, we are at least getting to dip our toes back into the …

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I had a column already planned for this week’s issue of Main Street Fairview, but as I sat down and began to write, I received a message from one of my best friends that left me feeling unsettled. The small business she is employed by has closed its doors for an undetermined amount of time d…

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As scientists around the world are using as much data as they can to develop strategies to fight the coronavirus pandemic, The Tennessee Department of Health is refusing to share important information.

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Not sure about over at your house, but we been gettin’ a right smart amount of rain out west here. So much that the old hunnerd highway asphalt has crumbled and the whole road has turned to mud. I ain't been to town since it started raining. I've been afraid to risk it since I don't know how…

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On behalf of my wife, Ellen, and our company, Main Street Media of Tennessee, please allow me to share with you how excited we are to be launching a new weekly newspaper, Main Street Fairview.