I’ve had several people tell me how nice it is to have the county fair results in the paper. While we’ve had to spread the results out through several issues, everyone tells me they like the fact the results are appearing in the paper so soon after the fair.

Well, the person you can thank for the quick results is my wife, Nanette. She has spent hours typesetting the results for us and then e-mailing them to me so they can be placed in the paper.

Nanette says she knows how important it is to get the results in the paper as soon as possible, therefore she spends a lot of time typesetting them for us.

She even took extra time to get us the state fair 4-H results for this weekend’s paper (the remainder of the county fair results and the state fair results can be found on page 4B of this issue).

It’s no wonder I have such a big crush on her. She’s just a great gal.

So, allow me to give her my note of gratitude in this column for a job well done. Thanks, Schotzie. You’re dedication and hard work are very much appreciated.

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Maysville football fans have a lot to be proud of. Their Warriors are 3-0 so far this season and the team is playing some very solid football. The Warrior defense is really good and as their offense continues to improve, this could be a very good year for Warrior football.

Maysville is also the home of famed Oklahoma pilot Wiley Post and the folks in Maysville are a slice of Americana.

Maysville football fans can also be proud of their new home benches and larger press box. Nanette and I were at the game Friday night as the Warriors defeated the Stratford Bulldogs 7-6.

The new bleachers are wide and have a small back to them to make them fairly comfortable. Kudos to the Maysville Schools for the improvements to the bleachers and field.

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Just a reminder to my Kiwanis brothers and sisters. The Pauls Valley Kiwanis Club will have a Toy Museum work day this Saturday, September 24, beginning at 9 a.m.

All Kiwanis members are invited to come to the museum, located at 111 S. Chickasaw, for breakfast and a few hours of very needed labor to help get the museum ready for its grand opening on October 15.

The museum is taking shape each and every day and will be a very exciting tourist attraction for Pauls Valley and the state.

Also, laurels should be given to the Pauls Valley City Council for granting the street closure for the grand opening. I’m sure their support is very much appreciated.

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