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Comments re article 42416 JIM Birds played role in early Adair Countians livesJudy Morrison writes:Thank you for another wonderful read. I am always tickled to see something new from this source. Thank you for your magazine. is about my favorite place these days. Thank you for all your hard work. -Judy MorrisonAmen.That was a great Jim story. Nobody make history more compelling, more exciting, or more topical than "Jim."

His writing is unique. Over the years we've seen newspapers keep a writer busy with "News from Long Ago," and it's just boring tidbits. "Jim" finds items which match the big news of the day, adds his own insight and humor, and the articles are the highlight of the day. Some folks tell us the only reason they read CM is for Jim's articles. He's the best at what he does of anyone in America.

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