Thursday, April 16th, 2009 Stories in The Daily Standard
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ST. MARYS - Rev. Mark Foor of First Baptist Church, St. Marys, says the U.S. today is not the same country it was when he was growing up. With his face painted blue - and adorned with a garbage can shield and sword - Foor evoke . . .
First-time author Michelle Houts says the view from her Celina country home usually includes cornfields, kids and assorted critters. That's the place where her characters are born. Her book "The Beef Princess of Practical Count . . .
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