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Like to see our archives? Password is: Jesus Lives! The majority of older issues are under the “Older Issues” post on this dashboard. All issues are still on the web that have been published since our April 6, 2012 digital world inception. We printed the Tailgate News Magazine for Southern Arkansas 72 times before becoming a web based publication this past spring. The first Tailgate News was published in May of 2007. We started out, and remain, a magazine stressing the good news around us; particularly in the categories of community progress, high school sports and Christian testimonies. Enjoy the read.
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The Dec. 13, 2013 The Dec. 13 Tailgate News contains Gurdon parade results, winners at a new business open house, a story about the Community Pantry and how it has distributed 98,000 pounds of food in one year, and a sermon about the man in the mirror. It has a poem saying that Christ is always in Christmas and an editorial about how each of us is unequal, unique and different and how we each should have an equal opportunity to develop our unique gifts in this freedom founded United States. Comments? Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for reading the Tailgate News Weekly Magazine.
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As always, go to current issue for the Dec. 13, 2013 update. If you missed December 6 or any Friday issue before, see the old magazines under “older issues” on the dashboard that comes up when you first enter our site. Obits are generally on page 10. We also have a few of the early efforts under archives. Our first digital magazine was published in April of 2012. Tailgate News started printing in May of 2007, with 3,000 yard throws being the primary means of circulation. I sincerely hope you enjoy your magazine. John H. Nelson, editor PS, Chrome browsers and Soda or Adobe pdf readers seem to open the pdfs faster than most other methods. Don’t just hit the back up arrow, hold it down and select current issue to get to your next page on the co-op individual pages. Otherwise, read us in clusters of pages on “Read” pages. This week there are three clusters; pages 1-5, 6-9 and 10-12. The grouping is for your reading convenience. There are also individual page pdfs for your personal printing or co-op needs. Here is hoping something in the magazine benefits you and yours. Thank you for your patience as we harness technology to communicate the fundamentals of small town society, United States style, as perceived by this Baby Boomer.