by Linda Jones Living, as I do, so close to one of the brooks, I find myself pondering its swirling eddies and ensnared debris. I walk along Back Street trying to catch glimpses of the moving water through the trees and notice how it washes over and past the stones aligning it. The stones themselves
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By Judy Garrison Way at the back of our minds, even behind the uneasy thought that we could be in a life threatening accident on one of Andes’ back roads, or a fear of having a heart attack in the middle of the night, is the comforting thought that we have a highly trained local
by John M. Burkhart, Superintendent of School Happy St. Patrick’s Day! March is the month for the wearing of the green and, in the case of school districts, preparing the annual budget for the spending of the green. The Board and Administration are working diligently at creating a responsible spending plan to submit to
In response to the articles about Andes that have appeared in major publications recently, I would like to point out that some of the glowing things that were said could be offensive to some whose families have lived in Andes for generations. Give them credit for what was here before we came. They are the
by George Calvert MARCH off with the CARNIVAL! Mardi Gras!: Dance at the Hotel Saturday night, March 1st starting at 7:30 to help drive away the Winter Blaaahs. Wendy Nief is singing along with her backups Mark Lubell and Alice Panteloni. It’s a Benefit for the Andes Athletic Booster Club, which helps youth attend sports
by Gloria Carlson This month your Andes Public Library is delighted to offer a grand selection of best sellers by top selling authors for your reading pleasure. Our fiction collection includes: The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold, The Arraignment by Steve Martini, Four Blind Mice by James Patterson, Prey by Michael Crichton, By the Light