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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 15 Feb 18 - 0 Comments

As the years go by I realize I have probably talked about the common themes for each month or season a couple times over in the nearly six years of writing this column, especially when it comes to the holiday ‘season’ of October through February, which allows articles on Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years and […]

Fish Out of Water by Thomas Spychalski…

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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 14 Dec 17 - 0 Comments

The end of any year is always more about fresh starts and hope more than anything else. Many are coming off the joy of the holiday season and are also thinking ahead to the future. Of course, the tales of New Year’s resolutions that are broken are pure social comedy fodder, they are the punch […]

Fish Out of Water by Thomas Spychalski…

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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 16 Nov 17 - 0 Comments

There is always a lot of talk about the ‘War on Christmas’ and let me express, I think there is one, but it does not come from the lone voices who prefer to say ‘Happy Holidays’ over ‘Merry Christmas;’ it is the corporate greed that keeps many families from enjoying the holidays with all of […]

Fish Out of Water by Thomas Spychalski…

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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 19 Oct 17 - 0 Comments

This will be my sixth year writing this column in the month of October and this year I figured I would try and give this month’s column it’s usually ‘spooky’ spin by talking about possible paranormal experiences I have had in my life and encourage all of you to share yours with me either via […]

Fish Out of Water by Thomas Spychalski…

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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 14 Sep 17 - 0 Comments

When tragedy such as a natural disaster strikes today, the world outside the affected areas tend to only see the damage and the heartbreak through television and the instantaneous magic of the internet. Additionally, once the disaster has had its time as a ‘current’ news event, it tends to slip into the background of those […]

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