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June 21, 2014

MILLSAP MATTERS: 30th annual Peach Festival

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WEATHERFORD —

Author Joyce Bishop Morris is busy signing books of her ‘Sweet Annie’ trilogy. ‘Sweet Annie’ has again climbed into a top 100 spot out of one million books available through Amazon. The author is also busy with the framework for a new book which will feature a character named Charlie Two Shoes. Mrs. Morris always has something new going on with her work and this summer is no exception. 

Area resident Margie Hunt recently suffered a broken leg in a freak home accident. She became tangled in her goat’s tether and took a fall in the yard. She couldn’t get up, but thankfully some neighbors passing by saw her and stopped to render aid. Margie, may you have a speedy recovery!

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