Sometimes a lot can be said with few words

We had dinner with friends last night. There is nothing unusual about that, except these were all people I did not know; people my husband, Peter, had met while taking his daily hike in Mexico.

How to bring up redecorating to boyfriend

DEAR HARRIETTE: I've been dating my boyfriend for a while, and he's asked me to move in with him. I'm excited about this next step in our relationship, but I'm hesitant about redecorating or making changes to his apartment. I want to respect his space, but there are several alterations I'd like to make to make it feel more like 'ours.' How can I navigate this situation without overstepping or making him feel uncomfortable about the changes I envision? I want to find a balance between honoring his space and incorporating my ideas to create a space that reflects both of us. — Blending Styles DEAR BLENDING STYLES:

Here are the main headlines for the Saturday, Nov. 25, 2023, Clinton Daily News:

Company gives options for playground

Clinton once almost location for antiaircraft missle site

Pair of wrecks mar area roadways with six dead

Young Red Tornadoes ready for new season

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Michael Gary secures ZIP sheathing to the skeleton of the new building at Southwest Elementary School.

The fate of the M.T. and Helen Gholston Children’s Park at Acme Brick Park is one step closer to being solved after a presentation by Playgrounds by Leathers revealed three new options for the site including the possibility of once again hosting a community build project to replace the playground.

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Streets Supervisor Craig Tucker and Lomax Lee (behind Tucker) go up in the air to direct the giant Santa’s head atop its shoulders near the intersection of Gary Boulevard and Modelle Avenue.