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Maybe you were like me? There was a time when I felt as if a giant finger straight from hell was pointing at me, while an accusing voice was screaming, “Shame on you!”

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Maybe you were like me? There was a time when I felt as if a giant finger straight from hell was pointing at me, while an accusing voice was screaming, “Shame on you!”

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I was looking through The Mountain Mail newspaper this week, and several headlines struck me: “Sheriff’s office make five arrests this week,” “Salida police make arrests for DUI, identity theft.” Then there was an article on the dangers of vaping, yet so many are determined to do whatever th…

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This weekend Living Waters Church will have a big celebration. Our church facilities are “paid in full.” 

While our church had some loose organization since the late 1920s, it was 1949 when the church became officially recognized with a pastor and a facility at Third and D streets. 

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I’ve recently discovered something like a mathematical formula in my understanding of God’s goodness: Gratitude plus love equals joy and expectation of good.

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In the Bible, the prophet Isaiah relates the promise that the Lord will guide us and satisfy us and that we shall “be like a watered garden” (Isaiah 58:11). I like to think of caring for ourselves as we would for a flower garden.

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Before I learned about God and Jesus, I knew something was missing in my life but couldn’t explain what it was. I was looking for love but had looked in many wrong places.

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If this Christian denomination, Christian Science, or The First Church of Christ, Scientist, is new to you or if you’ve heard of it, it’s possible you might have some questions or reservations about what you’ve heard.

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You were made to behold glory. Biblical glory is the manifestation of God’s nature and acts (Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance, under “glory”).

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If you are anything like me (meaning an average human), you’ve gone through a difficult period where perhaps God wasn’t responding to you the way you expected.

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The Salida Record, Sept. 26, 1919: The Salida Flour Mill and Feed Company has its building nearly ready for installing machinery. The Company plans to be ready for operation just as soon as sufficient funds have been raised by the sale of stock to get the “Marvel Mill” to Salida.

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The Salida Daily Mail, Sept. 21, 1944: ALLIED FORCE HEADQUARTERS, Italy – Approximately six hundred members of the Women’s Army Corps stationed in Italy paraded September 1

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The Mountain Mail, Sept. 22, 1969: A drum roll and a series of piercing yells greeted participants of the annual Heart of the Rockies Chamber of Commerce Jeep Tour Sunday at the breakfast stop.

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The Mountain Mail, Sept. 23, 1994: Opinions of Salida merchants vary on the new parking ordinance.

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The Salida Daily Mail, Sept. 20, 1944: Mrs. Alice Noid, Camp Fire field worker who will arrive in Salida Thursday for a visit with the Camp Fire groups and leaders, has a long record of service to youth organizations.

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The Mountain Mail, Sept. 19, 1969: Better than ever had to be used when the James Brothers Circus had ended two 2-hour performances at the rodeo arena here Thursday.

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The Mountain Mail, Sept. 20, 1994: The Salida Board of Education approved, on second reading, a policy forbidding smoking on school premises at the regular meeting Tuesday.

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The Salida Record, Sept. 19, 1919: Many Salida people are planning to attend the big fair at Saguache on September 18, 19 and 20 and that they will not be disappointed is evident from the great preparations being made by the Saguache people. 

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The Mountain Mail, Sept. 19, 1994: Dick Dixon, sponsor of The Tenderfoot Times, and the staff of the Salida High School newspaper received congratulations from the Board of Education Tuesday for receiving All American honors with special mention in four of five categories from the National Scholastic Press Association for papers published during the 1993-94 school year.

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The Mountain Mail, Sept. 19, 1969: WASHINGTON – In its first such action since 1803, the House has passed a proposed constitutional amendment to allow presidential elections by a direct vote of the people.