Category: History


Devices

I am an avid fan of authors Agatha Christie (murder mysteries), Erle Stanley Gardner (Perry Mason) and Helen MacInnes (espionage). I have read (and re-read) many of their novels since I was a young teenager.  These authors (and others) use…

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The healing power of touch

One of the more painful parts of our current situation is the strong suggestion (and in some places mandated order) that we stay away from one another. No hugging or handshaking; no pats on the back or supportive grip on…

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What a ride!

Wow, what a wild ride we have been on for the last six months!  Tornadoes, world-wide virus pandemic, more tornadoes, quarantine stay-at-home restrictions, earthquakes, panic and fear have fueled this roller coaster called 2020.  Only one thing is certain in…

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Giving: The Big Payback

Yet, we still have before us our goal of completing the restoration project and opening the heritage museum. You can still be of help, even in these trying times.

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Where the healing waters flow

“Red Boiling Springs’ growth as a resort was built on the reputation of its abundant mineral waters. In the 1920s, there were said to be over 50 springs in the Red Boiling Springs area, and five different kinds of water,…

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