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After a lifetime of living, what’s important?

By Gregg Heid Special to The PREVIEW I’ve lived for more than six decades and have discovered the most important things in life are not what I have acquired or…

Hide and seek

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW We played hide and seek as kids and couldn’t wait for darkness to settle over the yard. One stayed behind to count while…

Innocent eyes and removing the mask

By Gregg Heid Special to The PREVIEW A baby girl distracted me in church on Sunday. I sat behind her mother, who held her so she faced me. When she…

Sister Cornell: A force to be reckoned with

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW “Yoo-hoo!” Sister Ida Cornell stood on our front porch with a hot blackberry cobbler in her hands. She had popped over for a…

Stuck in the middle of nowhere

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW The grandkids grew restless in the back seat. I didn’t blame them. There’s not much to look at between the Oklahoma border and…

The math of forgiveness: Seventy times seven

By Richard Gammill Special to The PREVIEW The math of forgiveness is stunning and begs to be understood. Peter came to Jesus complaining about the number of times he had…

Still making a good impression after 25 years

By Mark Thompson Special to The PREVIEW You have one shot at making a good first impression. I had heard that somewhere when I was young and impressionable and it…

2015: A year of purging

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW A lot of trash made it to the curb this year. When I look back over 2015, our family got rid of a…

A joyful heart: Something more valuable

By Mike Davis Special to The PREVIEW An Army veteran was ahead of me in line at the post office. He needed to pick up medicine shipped postage paid from…

Have respect for our animals

By Jeanelle Norris Special to The PREVIEW The Chromo Kitty Club happened on Sept. 29 of this year. I was with my friend, Freda Whisman, in Chromo.  I had driven…