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By Thelma Bledsoe
It is cool here tonight, suppose to be down to 46 degrees by morning. I may need a quilt on my bed tonight.
Thank you to whomever mowed on the south side of the road to my house on Friday, I now can see to get out of my driveway and not have to worry about being hit by a car. I could not see for the high grass.
I am a great-grandmother for the ninth time as Wendy and Mack had a baby boy Sunday night, September 27, 2020, in Ada, at Mercy Hospital, at 9:30 p.m. He weighed 6 pounds and 13 oz. and is 19 inches long. He is named Rawlins Ray Fincher. Both are doing fine and will be home tonight. This makes me eight boys and one girl.
Be sure you keep the feeders out for the hummingbirds. They are really hitting the one at my house, getting ready to head south soon.
Atoka beat Hugo on Friday night, on their home field by a score of 28 to 12. Atoka was fired up after the loss of last week, but remember that was a 4A team. They will be playing Antlers this week at Antlers. We need to be there, but remember it will be crowded because the visitors stadium is small so wear your masks.
All the news for this week, see you the next time, the Lord willing.
Remember, he who angers you controls you.