Ada — The Pat Taylor Memorial Parade of Lights rolled along Main Street in Ada Thursday night, sporting a Walt Disney theme. The parade had been delayed from its original date by a snow and ice storm. Ada Main Street presented the parade. See more photos in Sunday's The Ada News.
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Cougars blitz Lions, 9-0
Dalton Wolf tossed a complete-game, two-hit shutout while Gabe Simons, Colton Blankenship and Jake Boone collected a pair of hits each as the Ada Cougars rolled to a 9-0 victory over the host Durant Lions on Tuesday night.
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- Cougars blitz Lions, 9-0
Pontotoc County Quilt Show Results
Pontotoc County Home and Community Education Clubs held their annual quilt show last week with 97 judged quilts and 28 for-show-only for a grand total of 125 quilts hanging at the two-day show. The event drew over 300 visitors from as far as Tennessee. Eleven vendors were on hand and sold quilting fabric and notions. The following are the results of the judged quilts:
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Life threatening concerns
We live in a day when most personal boundaries have collapsed. If we consider all the available electronic connectedness, we could say all boundaries have buckled. While easy connectedness may have some positive merit, if viewed with God principles, many results seem negative because of an emerging fear.
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