The relationship between husband and wife can be at times quite contentious. Ideally a happy union exists until death do them part, but often one or the other party opts to call it quits. Here are a few stories from local papers documenting the tale from pitching woo to marriage to dissolution.
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The Senior Nutrition Program, conducted by the Coastal Community Action Program of Aberdeen, regularly serves lunches at noon at:
Longtime Aberdeen residents David and Betty (Fairchild) Pinckney recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary.
You may have missed this back in 2012 — a lot of us had a lot of other things on our minds in 2012! But, according to the Associated Press, that was the year that the Chinese national legislature amended its “law on the elderly” to require that adult children visit their aged parents “often” — or risk being sued by them.
Dear Abby: I graduated from college, and I’m starting my first full-time job and moving into my first apartment. I bought all the furniture for it, but needed help moving in.
Our amazing summer is winding down and while we will miss the warmth, the long days and all the fun, there are certainly great activities to enjoy in the fall – football, hunting and fishing come to mind.
Dear Abby : I had suspicions my dad was cheating on my mom, and when she found a mysterious earring in the house one day, I knew I had to find the proof. I went into his iPad and checked his email/Facebook and IMs and found he apparently has a girlfriend. She works in his office and is also married with a family.
Last year, the Buckaroo Days Festival turned into a wet mess. It was fun — and it made everyone love the chili cookoff that much more to get out of the rain.
Up the beach’s back roads at this not-quite-fall time of the year, brings back old memories. Memories of Mom, memories of Gram. You can almost see them alongside the road. Mom with her apron gathered into a big pocket for her finds and Gram and the aunties with baskets or lard buckets swinging from their hands.
Dear Abby: My dad died in April after a brief illness. Before he passed, my stepmother encouraged him to donate his body to science because she is to be buried with her first husband, and she didn’t want the expense of burying Dad.
Dear Abby: I’m a 15-year-old girl. When I’m with the high school group of kids at my church, I try to extend myself and talk, but they never reciprocate much. I always have to try to think of something to say and be careful I don’t embarrass myself. Especially around guys, I feel awkward and self-conscious.
The Bible says God “repented of the evil” he was about to do to mankind. Doesn’t this raise questions?
Wednesday, Sept 17