November 2009 Articles
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Life in China as seen by a transplanted Logan Countian

By Jim Herderhorst

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



Ni hao (Hello)! I am honored and somewhat a little nervous about writing this article for The LoJo.. Through the miracle of the Internet and a little help from the social networking site called Facebook, I was able to get reacquainted with a respected and old friend, Jim Tur...

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Remembering Chuck Lynch

By Algie Ray Smith

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



  I was in Chuck Lynch’s (we called him Mr. Lynch, of course) Industrial Arts class. I was struggling with a router, trying to make two little rectangular legs for the bookcase I had been building all semester. Every time I got the legs almost perfect, one of them would spli...

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Not tall in stature, J.T. Upton was mountain of a man

By June Robinson

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



We called him Papa J.  J.T.Upton, his wife Wilma and their four children moved to Russellville sometime in my early teen years. The entire family was musical. J.T. played a mean saxophone, daughter Judy played a mean trumpet, and son Richard, a young lad, ...

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Business communicators learn need for diverse education

By Amanda Belcher

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



For the past six years, Dr. Dan Modaff has studied the Native American Tribe called the Lakota. He not only has completed a substantial amount of research on these people, but has also lived in their reserve, talked with them, and become friends with the Lakota people. How w...

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Bibb slaves sent to Liberia in Africa in 1832

By Michael Morrow

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



The American Colonization Society was established in 1816 by Robert Finley as an attempt to satisfy two groups in America. Ironically, these groups were on opposite ends of the spectrum on slavery in the early 1800s. One group consisted of philanthropists,...

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Not Our Time

By Nola Willeford

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



I must have been four or five years old, which would make it around 1929, when there was an outbreak of typhoid fever in our community. I don’t know whether the water was actually contaminated or whether mother was just taking extra precautions, but she only allowed us to dr...

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