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Acorn squash are always fun in the fall. They are the perfect little individual bowl when cut in half. My Mom will put some cinnamon, a little brown sugar and butter in the middle and roast it for a great side dish to pork. The sweetness of the squash pairs well with the flavor of pork... more
I turn the TV down, I'm tired of hearing it. "The Countdown," it's been going on for days now. Nineteen days to be exact, nineteen days for 19 bodies. 19 children gone, vanished, disappeared, no trace of the killer, no evidence, no anything. Not even a body... more
I was screwing around on a video chat room called Omegle one night last week, but I never showed my face. I had a major trust issue, especially after all of the web horror stories my mom has told me. But anyway, I ended up chatting with a very pretty girl that I had never seen before. She was in a dark room, the light of her computer dimly illuminating the room... more
Alice stared, nervously transfixed at the heavily wooded lot she would have to cross to reach her house. It was foreboding enough in broad daylight, so thick and dark with tangled vines and drooping Spanish moss. It was almost as if the darkness within was a presence actively shunning and trying to repel the sunshine from penetrating its black, evil heart. ... more
That day was like any other Monday at Community Middle School. It was a warm October morning, except that there were no teachers at the school. It was really weird, because after the bell rang, the announcements began; however, it was not our principal. The voice was really deep and disturbing. The strange voice said, "Today your teachers couldn't make it."... more
There I was, in the darkness of my bitter, cold, grimy room. The stench of old, rotten perfume fills the air around me. My lungs feel like there are ten thousand bricks stacked up, making it hard to breathe. My eyes feel like a neverending waterfall... more
"Are you excited to see your grandmother, Maria?" Mom asked as we turned onto grandma's street. Maria didn't respond because her mom already knew the answer. Maria and her 7 year old sister, Savannah, were visiting their grandma for the weekend for her 50th birthday. They pulled into grandma's driveway and seen her house. It was an old house, at least 30 years old, with rotting wood and nasty windows. They got out of the car and seen their grandma run out. She gave them all hugs and kisses... more
Smokestack Theatre at Community High School will present the original play "Night Of The Living Dead 1984," written and directed by the school's drama teacher, Anthony Davis, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 1-2, at the school's auditorium. Admission is $5 at the door... more
If you're hoping to buy the best steaks at the grocery store, you might want to see if Allison Davis or Nick Moore will go along and help you choose. But, if Davis or Moore is not available then try and get in touch with Ian Alcox or Dorothy Brandon... more
When twenty-something Jordan Ray finishes her day of teaching agriculture mechanics at Shelbyville Central High School's Career and Technical Education program she's likely to get dirty working on cars at her father's shop, Hockaday's Auto Repair. "I know my way around cars," she said. "I can do anything on a car. I grew up with it. I'm there every day after school, still."... more
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