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Another snare...

altPictured top, Jim Evans, age 11, of Cumby killed his first 8-point deer at Ridgeway on Nov. 15th.
His parents are Billy and Vickie Evans of Cumby.

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Shooting her first buck


Shade Alley, age 10, shot her first buck on Nov. 22, in Delta County while huntin with her dad, Cade Alley. The buck was a 6-point with a 16-inch spread and weighed in at 146 pounds.

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My first hunt


Dakota Bowring, age 9, is pictured with Tanner Ogle and his first deer. Bowring snagged his this doe on Saturday, Nov. 29 in a local hunt. alt Courtesy Photo

How to build your cookbook library

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The reading material you find on someone's nightstand tells a lot about a person.  My nightstand has a couple of mysteries, some books on the history of hymns, and cookbooks. In fact, despite having a number of bookshelves for them, cookbooks can be found all over my house. Most foodies have a continually growing collection and read them as much for entertainment as they do for recipes. That is why a new cookbook is always a great gift for your favorite foodie.


Who Am I?

I come from Mexico, although I have become an American holiday tradition. The 14th Century Aztecs called me “Cuetlaxochitl” and I was used both to control fevers and to make dye. A U.S. ambassador to Mexico found me and took me to his home in South Carolina, before sharing me with his friends as gifts. This same man, who I would eventually be named after, later spearheaded the Smithsonian Institute.

Who am I?

Last week’s answer: The Christmas Tree

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