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    Donald and Glenda (Turner) Buckley, Belgrade, were married 50 years on June 27, 2014. They were married on June 27, 1964, at Belgrade United Methodist church, their hometown. The groom worked in the mining industry for many years. His wife was employed in the mining industry for more than 30…

      Donald and Ruth Ann Stamper of Park Hills were given a surprise 50th wedding anniversary party on November 23, 2013. Many friends and family members were in attendance. The couple married November 30, 1963.

        The children of Jack and Marietta Mullins hosted a weekend 50th anniversary party on Oct. 19. The event was held at their daughters home in Oakville, Mo. In attendance were their children, Jill Mullins Lynn, Melissa Mullins Pope and Patrick Mullins, spouses and grandchildren.

          The children of Jack and Marietta Mullins hosted a weekend 50th anniversary party on Oct. 19. The event was held at their daughters home in Oakville, Mo. In attendance were their children, Rich and Jill Mullins Lynn, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

            Norman Glenn (Peacko) McGee formerly of Flat River and Erma Mae (White) McGee celebrated their 70th Wedding Anniversary with family and friends. Norman and Erma were married on October 1, 1943, in Aberdeen, Maryland. Norman was stationed at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland in the Army.

              Martin and Paula Strauser, Sullivan, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary August 17, 2013, with an open house at New Hope Baptist Church. The celebration was given by their son, Martin Jr. (Marty), wife Debora and church friends.

              I love October, when the light of summer is fading, and local farmers markets are overflowing with colorful winter squashes in all shapes and sizes. Winter squashes have a golden, velvety flesh and a rich buttery taste. Choose squashes that are heavy for their size and are bright colored.

              Instant espresso powder gives these soft, cakey cookies a subtle yet recognizable coffee flavor. Spread with cream cheese frosting and sprinkle with cinnamon to finish. To make these cookies kid-friendly, simply omit the espresso powder.

              Typically, the most active portion of the year is spring and summer: for most years in the last decade, monthly home sales peaked in the months of June, July, or August. While seasonality tends to be more pronounced in locations that have especially dramatic transitions between summer and wi…

              TUESDAY, Oct. 4, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- While certain minority groups are more likely to be diagnosed with dementia than their white counterparts, they may also be less likely to be eligible for new disease-slowing treatments, a new study finds.

              Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt has signed a bill prohibiting federal funding for transgender medical treatment for young people and urged the Legislature to adopt a statewide ban when it returns next year. The first-term Republican is up for reelection next month and signed the bill Tuesday. It authorizes more than $108 million in federal funds from the American Rescue Plan Act for health services at the University of Oklahoma Medical Center. Oklahoma's Republican-controlled Legislature passed several bills this year targeting transgender youth. They include measures that restrict transgender girls' participation in sports and require schoolchildren to use bathrooms that correspond with their assigned sex at birth.

              Wisconsin Democrats up for election in five weeks are putting abortion in the spotlight, with the Republican-controlled Legislature taking less than a minute to reject Gov. Tony Evers' call to create a way for voters to get a chance to repeal the state’s 1849 abortion ban. Evers and other Democrats on the ballot Nov. 8 are trying to turn the election into a referendum on abortion. But Evers’ opponent Tim Michels, Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson and other Republicans are focusing instead on crime and public safety in arguing that Democrats have failed to keep the state safe.

              A new report says Georgia Republican Senate nominee Herschel Walker paid for an abortion for his girlfriend in 2009. Walker has vehemently opposed abortion rights and calls the accusation in The Daily Beast a “flat-out lie." The Daily Beast spoke to a woman who said Walker paid for her abortion when they were dating. The news outlet also reviewed a receipt showing her $575 payment for the procedure, along with a get-well card from Walker and her bank deposit records showing the image of a $700 personal check from Walker. Asked Monday night by Fox News Channel's Sean Hannity whether he remembered sending a $700 check, Walker says he sent people money all the time.

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