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SWAMPSCOTT, Mass. — The man who lives in the white house made an announcement the other day that might stand as a turning point in American politics.

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Today is Saturday, Dec. 4, the 338th day of 2021. There are 27 days left in the year.

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By way of a Thanksgiving feast wrapup, let me say these three words: Raspberry Tapioca Whip. A staple of the holiday table for every year of my life, and most assuredly before that as well. I’m aware I have extolled the glorious virtues of this pink pudding-like delicacy in this column more …

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In this early post card of Howard Elmer Park the remaining “Sisters” can be seen on the right side of the photo.

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In December of 1921 one hundred years ago, there was a wind in the Valley of almost cyclonic proportions that destroyed a Sayre landmark. The following is the story as told by the Evening Times.

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The season of memories is upon us. We seem to go from January 2nd to the third week of November in a relatively reasonable state of mind overall, our lives an ever-accruing collection of mostly routine goings-on.

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Row 1 from Left: Earl Fisher, Bob Meagher, Francis Bush, Paul Brennan, Don Catlin (Captain), Archie Deitrick, John Brainerd, Don Barnes (Manager). Row 2: Harry Geiss, Fred Russell, Alex Stevens, Dick Teed, Lloyd Walker, Ed Lyman, Tom Hyland, Bill Burns, George Rounds. Row 3: Joe Lynn, Gerald…

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To COVID (about a fifth of Americans say they won’t be vaccinated) and to the flu (vaccination rates for that are down by about a third this season), we can in this difficult period add yet another scourge: Information Disorder (no vaccination available).