It sure was nice to get a break in the humidity for a couple days, but as Labor Day arrives it has returned. At least the rain has subsided for a few days. I think we got enough last week to last for quite a while.

I hope everyone enjoyed their extended weekend with family and friends. Keeping in mind your COVID precautions. We have seen an increase in cases in the county, so please stay vigilant.

Our annual New Columbia community wide yard sale has changed dates, it will be Saturday, Sept. 19 instead of in October. So mark your calendars and plan on venturing out to our end of the county for some bargains. Anyone is welcome to join those already having a sale, Just set your sale up that day and get your advertisement our there so all will know. We usually have a good attendance.

Bobby and Debra Travis announced last week that they will be retiring from having their pumpkin patch this year. After almost 30 years, Travis Family Farms, has provided some many memories for their family as well as so many others. They will be greatly missed.

Congratulations on their retirement from pumpkins, but they will continue their other faming operations.

Wishing everyone a great week.

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