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Articles from Grit (September 1, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
Braggin' waggin'. Brief Article 824
Childhood lessons stay with us. (Looking Back). 1513
Country Fair highlights region's traditions. Brief Article 133
Farmers invest time in Food Bank. McLain, Joyce Brief Article 649
From the mailbox. 425
Fruitful tomato season. (Readers' Favorite Recipes). Fraley, Amber Brief Article 941
Gardens highlight monastery. (My Favorite Garden). Craig, Christie Brief Article 1078
Has our fate been determined? (My Answer). Graham, Billy Brief Article 278
Historic Fort was a gateway. Manney, Kathy Brief Article 393
Horses danced their way to fame. Covel, Bonnie Brief Article 658
Looking for old-fashioned Turban. (Friends and Neighbors). 656
Man from England teaches would-be stars. Green, James Brief Article 854
Minister says mission isn't finished. Keeling, Terry Brief Article 793
Naming towns requires imagination. (My Answer). La Mance, Thomas Brief Article 165
On the line. (Editor's Note). Teller, Jean Brief Article 506
Oregon town has Celebration. Kieran, Mary Brief Article 138
Retiree discovers time to reach her dream. Willis, Virginia Brief Article 943
Rodeo clown takes his lumps. Fine, John C. Brief Article 546
Sweet treats for snack time. (Hometown Kitchen). Fraley, Amber Recipe 1061
The boy with the lavender flower. Harke-Moore, Amy Short Story 2065
Through the garden gate. Lang, Mike Brief Article 556
Western artist seeks new challenges: Cowboys in the rodeo ring are Charles Schridde's main subjects. Bedor, Mark Brief Article 1037
Woman retires to the range. Woods, Yvonne Brief Article 853
Yellowstone route composed of beauty and fear: mail delivery through Yellowstone National Park can be difficult. Kiley, Bill Brief Article 1135

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