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Win or lose, this U.S. men’s soccer team deserves our support

We! We believe! We believe that we can win! (At least, we hope we did….) We’re writing this the day before the United States’ men’s team plays Iran with a berth in the knockout round of the World Cup at stake.

We are thankful

We at Sandpaper Publishing have much to be thankful for, beginning with our members and readers. You fuel the passion we have for publishing three newspapers each week for three communities.

Tampering…with an election?

For as long as we can remember, Holley Navarre Water System’s (HNWS) board has been a hot bed of contention for one reason or another. Long deemed the “water mafia,” several board members are living up to the reputation.

Win or lose, this U.S. men’s soccer team deserves our support

We! We believe! We believe that we can win! (At least, we hope we did….) We’re writing this the day before the United States’ men’s team plays Iran with a berth in the knockout round of the World Cup at stake.

Out and About

Sandi Kemp
December 7, 2022
Pat Quinn, one of a kind. There probably will not be another human being on this planet that decides to start a zoo the way Pat started his or start one – period.
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Brian Out Loud

Brian Lester
December 6, 2022
There is a certain date on the schedule that needs to be circled this month. No, not Christmas. Santa Claus will get his night in the spotlight soon enough. I’m talking about Dec. 12. That’s round one of Navarre and Pace squaring off on the basketball court in the regular season, perhaps a preview of a potential showdown in the district championship game a couple of months from now.
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For God’s Sake: Our hope is in Jesus Christ

Michael Bannon
December 6, 2022
November 27th was the first Sunday of Advent; its theme was hope. When Winston Churchill learned that the Japanese had bombed Pearl Harbor and the United States had entered World War II, he said, “Silly people, and there were many, not only in enemy countries, might discount the force of the United States…But I had studied the American Civil War, fought out to the last desperate inch. American blood flowed in my veins.

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If only raccoons would pick up after themselves.

Les Harrison
February 2, 2022

Classic mystery novels usually open with a set of unexplained occurrences that pique the curiosity of the protagonist.

The clues frequently, but not always, lead to a malicious event that leaves only the disconnected evidence available for identifying the perpetrator.