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by Mary Riggs LeBus   

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            Tiger Woods is Back, Wins The Masters
      To the golfing world, I say you just experienced history in
the making this past weekend. With all of the top golfers from
around the world in golf's premier tournament field, an older
name was there too, Tiger Woods.
  The Masters is like the Kentucky Derby, the NBA
Championship, the World Series, the NFL Super Bowl, and the
Indy 500 all wrapped into one. But only one individual, not a
team competes and either you’re up to the task or you lose.
With an older competitor like Woods who has won the
tournament 4 times before, experience pays off. After several
years on and off of his game because of personal problems
and back injuries, Tiger, 43 years old showed the world that he
has found the golden hook once more and won The Masters
exactly 20 years after his first victory in the tournament. What
a feat for Tiger Woods who now has his 5th coveted Green
Jacket. He has 15 major tournament victories under his belt,
hopefully he can continue on his way to upend the record
holder, Jack Nicklaus who has 18 majors in all with 6 Master’s
victories. Tiger Woods is...Good for Golf, Good for us & Good
for America!

        Cats Make Big Footprint With 2019 SEC
                         Basketball  Awards
First Team All-SEC
Daniel Gafford, Arkansas
PJ Washington, Kentucky
Tremont Waters, LSU
Breein Tyree, Ole Miss
Quinndary Weatherspoon, Mississippi St.
Chris Silva, South Carolina
Admiral Schofield, Tennessee
Grant Williams, Tennessee




     
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March 22, 2019
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At DeSha Point you'll see deer, wild turkey, geese, ducks as
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You'll be glad that you did.
Prices starting in the mid $20,000 range!
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