Like most couples living in the country in the early 1900s, Puzie and Verta Cox Lett wanted to focus on farming.
“The Lord said to my Lord: Sit at My right hand until I make Your enemies a footstool for Your feet.” Psalm 110:1
Few words, if any, are defined in such a bewildering variety of ways as the word love. For example, it is used to describe:
Julia Sabater Ross of Broadway and Justin Edward Massa of Broadway were united in marriage Saturday, Oct. 4, at Olivia Presbyterian Church in Olivia with the Rev. George Walton officiating.
What are five most frequently-played songs on your iPod playlist? LOL, don’t have an iPod
Have you ever wanted to learn more about growing plants? Are you interested in fruits, vegetables, ornamentals or lawns?
Boomer, Senior, Family Caregiver and Veteran events for the week of Oct. 1-7:
Q: I recently heard David Bowie’s song “Ashes to Ashes” on the radio, and it made me wonder about his interest in the character Major Tom
Ovarian cancer is the fifth-leading cause of cancer in women. Unfortunately, of the 25,000 women who will develop ovarian cancer this year, more than half will die from their disease.
In the Age of Grandpa (Puzie Lett), courting and mating traditions were simple.
“Who am I, O Lord, and what is my house that You have brought me thus far?” 1 Chronicles 17:16b
If you would like for your relationships with others to be both wholesome and happy, it is important that you know two things
LEE COUNTY SENIOR HIGH CLASS OF 2004
City clerk for the city of Sanford. I have been with the City for 25-and-a-half years. I started working in the Public Works Department as a secretary, then was promoted to deputy city clerk and city clerk.
Q: With the release of the latest album by U2, I am reminded of a live version of “Sweet Jane”
Hopefully you had a chance to get out to the Lee Regional Fair a few weeks ago and enjoy the wonderful sights, sounds and smells that make it such an enjoyable experience for the entire family.
Boomer, Senior, Family Caregiver and Veteran events for the Week of Sept. 24-30, 2014
With cooler temperatures and rain more likely, September should bring relief to gardens and signal the start of a new season for gardeners in areas that have been too warm for anything but hothouse tropicals.