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Bear sightings and chalk art work

During this pandemic of the caronavirus Eunice kids and families at home are finding creative ways and means to pass their time.
If you own colored chalk use it. Seems to be families and kids are drawing on home driveways positive pictures and messages. This seems to put a positive note or twist in this unknown crisis we are now facing.

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Myra Miller

Too much sleep can be harmful

I have got to get in a good night’s sleep or I will be a complete grouch the next day. If I can get in seven to eight hours of sleep, I am OK and can function pretty well the next day.
However, according to Newspaper Metro, people who routinely sleep more than seven to nine hours may have an underlying health concern.
Lack of sufficient sleep is a problem for millions of people across the globe. But what about too much sleep? Though busy men and women might think it’s impossible to get too much sleep, excessive sleep is nothing to joke about.

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The meaning behind the shamrock

The word “shamrock” is derived from the Irish “seamróg,” which translates as “young clover.” Over the centuries, this diminutive plant has come to symbolize Ireland and many things Irish. The shamrock also is a popular symbol of St. Patrick’s Day.
The following, courtesy of Newspaper Metro, gives you information about the shamrock.
When talking about Ireland and its culture and symbolism, many different images come to mind.

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Spring Forward

It’s that time of the year again. My body always has a hard time adjusting to Daylight Saving Time. Don’t forget to “Spring Forward” this weekend. Set your clock one hour ahead before retiring for bed Saturday night.
According to the following, courtesy of Newspaper Metro, keeping the time consistent can help avoid body clock resets, may prevent accidents and could increase productivity in the evening hours when the autumn arrives. Only time will tell if turning the clocks back and moving them forward will become a relic of the past.


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