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  • Santa to visit Wartburg Public Library Dec. 8

        Santa Clause will be at Wartburg Public Library on Saturday, Dec. 8, from 10:30 a.m.-noon. Pictures will be taken and posted on Facebook “with permission”, plus pictures will be printed and given to you on a later date.
     

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  • Happenings

    Wednesday, Nov. 28

    Staff of State Rep. in county
    John Robbins, a staff member from the office of State Rep. John Mark Windle will be in Morgan County on Wednesday, Nov. 28, to assist with constituent claims and questions. Robbins will be at the Morgan County Courthouse from 10-11 a.m. Those needing assistance are encouraged to visit with Rep. Windle’s assistant or call 931-879-1695.

    Thursday, Nov. 29

    Community Collaborative Together to meet

  • 2018 Morgan County Soil Conservation District Awards Picnic

        The Morgan County Soil Conservation District (MCSCD) had its annual Awards Picnic on Thursday, Oct. 25 at the Wartburg Senior Citizens Center beside the USDA Service Center.

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        Tomorrow many of us will meet with our special loved ones and break bread together. I read recently as we lose our older family members these treasured occasions are also lost.

  • McGill to be honored at Mt. Hope Cemetery Dec. 2

        Family and friends of James “Jim” McGill are invited to attend his interment in Mt. Hope Cemetery in Deer Lodge on Sunday, Dec. 2, at 1 p.m. A flag will be raised in his memory and honor. Anyone wishing to make a donation in his honor may do so to Schubert Funeral Home.
     

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        Thanksgiving is the reason for TV dinners — In 1953, Swanson had so much extra turkey (260 tons) that a salesman told them they should package it onto aluminum trays with other sides like sweet potatoes — and the first TV dinner was born!

  • Thanksgiving Day Quiz

        It is once again time to talk turkey, stuffing and all of the trimmings. Thanksgiving is celebrated in both Canada and the United States with similar parades and fanfare. Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful for the blessings in one’s life and enjoy the company of family and friends during a special meal.

        Although people celebrate Thanksgiving each and every year, they may not be aware of some of its interesting history. Test your knowledge of gobblers and general trivia with this quiz.