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Cassie Gibbs

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Give thanks this month, especially for veterans

It’s November, the beginning of the crazy season.Families are planning their get-togethers and talking about the food each person will bring to the dinner table. Some people are also scoping out the best Black Friday deals.

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Tuesday 09/25/2018
Fall season brings ‘pink’ awareness
Updated: September 25, 2018 - 5:34 pm

We only have a few days until October, which means you may get a little pink in all the regular colors of the fall season.

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Tuesday 09/04/2018
A lot can happen in 17 years
Posted: September 04, 2018

Seventeen years is a long time. It sometimes does not seem like it, but it is.

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Tuesday 08/14/2018
Dog days are gone, but not the heat
Posted: August 14, 2018

According to The Old Farmer’s Almanac, we are out of the dog days of summer.

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Tuesday 07/24/2018
An opportunity to develop good habits
Posted: July 24, 2018

School starts back in a few weeks for many, and I hope that you guys are ready.

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Tuesday 07/03/2018
Use common sense, courtesy this July 4th
Posted: July 03, 2018

In 2015, I wrote a column that started with the story of a man in Maine who died while celebrating the Fourth of July. That man and his friends were celebrating with drinks and fireworks, when he apparently had the idea to set one off from his head.

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Tuesday 06/12/2018
Remember the flag on June 14
Posted: June 12, 2018

Flags have been a prevalent symbol for a couple of weeks now, and flags will continue to be seen throughout Enterprise and the Wiregrass, especially in the days leading up to July 4th.

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Tuesday 05/15/2018
Never give up on learning something
Posted: May 15, 2018

An 87-year-old woman just graduated from the University of Alabama.

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Tuesday 05/01/2018
A time for remembering, celebrating
Posted: May 01, 2018

May is here. It is a time of beauty and change, of remembering and honoring others and celebrating all sorts of things.

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Tuesday 04/17/2018
Honor the military ... and its children
Posted: April 17, 2018

April is the Month of the Military Child, in case you weren’t aware.

I never knew that it was until I moved to this community.

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Tuesday 04/03/2018
Should we be surprised by the internet?
Posted: April 03, 2018

In case you’ve missed it, Facebook has been in the news lately, and many people are logging out or talking about logging out of their accounts for good.

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Tuesday 03/20/2018
Taking a look at my learning experience
Posted: March 20, 2018

I like to think of myself as a life learner. I fully believe that a person should never stop learning as long as they live, whether that means learning about oneself or about the world around them.

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Tuesday 03/06/2018
It’s great to celebrate reading
Posted: March 06, 2018

Last week, students in local school systems celebrated the importance of reading thanks to the nationally recognized Read Across America event.

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Tuesday 02/20/2018
My wishes on a lucky clover
Posted: February 20, 2018

A six-year-old boy in Europe found a five-leaf clover in 2016.

I know this sounds like a column for St. Patrick’s Day that’s really early in printing, but it’s not. I swear.

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Tuesday 02/06/2018
Power of technology good for education
Posted: February 06, 2018

There are moments, even at only 25, where I look back and think about how much technology has changed and how important it is to our everyday lives today.

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Tuesday 01/23/2018
Prepare for the Great American Holiday
Posted: January 23, 2018

So, in case you haven’t walked out of your front door recently, here’s some news for you.

It’s been cold. Colder than I remember it being around this time for the past couple of years.

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