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There’s something good here . . .
Madelyn Frye grew her hair out for about two years so she could donate it to Locks of Love. The 7-year-old daughter of Paul and Cheryl Frye is learning early the importance of giving to others.



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Thanks to Janet Young for calling this story in:

A couple of weeks ago, Young  went to the post office and then home. A little before 4 p.m. that afternoon, she received a call from her bank saying the post office had contacted them. It seems Young’s debit card had been found on the south side of the post office and turned in.

The bank helped her determine there had been no other charges to her account, just the two transactiosns she made prior to visiting the post office that day.

Young doesn't know who turned it in. No names were exchanged, but wants she wants to thank the honest, helpful person who found it and took the time to turn it in.

See? There’s a lot of good still out there.

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We have a lot to celebrate on Independence Day. Despite our problems, we still live in the best country on the planet.
This is the 20th anniversary of the Independence Day concert and fireworks on the courthouse square.
A big thank you to the efforts of the Sulphur Springs Symphony League and their sponsors, Alliance Bank, Circle E Western Wear and Grocery Supply, in bringing this tradition to us at no charge.

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The document our forefathers signed in Philadelphia has stood the test of time. If you want to see a good dramatization of the events surrounding the Declaration of Independence, check out the movie 1776, based on the Broadway musical. It’s one of my all-time favorites and has a Texas connection. Fort Worth native Betty Buckley’s first role on Broadway was as Martha Jefferson. She was replaced in the movie by Blythe Danner (Gwyneth Paltrow’s mom).

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