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Somewhere Safe with Somebody Good by Jan Karon (G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 2014).
Although the previous book was billed as the “final” one, it clearly wasn’t. I’m not complaining though – it’s always interesting to read another installment in the life of Father Tim, Southern Episcopal priest. 74 more words
Summer was like a shy stranger, here in the Virginia highlands: she sometimes waved from the distance but never really joined the dance. And now it appears she took the fast train South, leaving behind her blooming meadows which thrived despite her benign neglect. 103 more words
Console Energy community forum leaves West Virginia residents with more questions than answers about fracking
Note: This is the first installment in a series about fracking, (hydraulic fracturing for natural gas), controversial because of its impact on public safety and health, as well as the environment. 643 more words