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It’ll be nearly two years when the Oak Park Inn in downtown Arcadia informally re-opens on June 6 with a DeSoto County Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting. The historic structure dating to around 1905 had over the decades survived fire, storms and other calamities. But Hurricane Irma in Septe…

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Technology in disastersOften when we think of disasters, we envision our entire existence being knocked backwards into the stone ages. The lights don’t work, the AC is out, and our food starts to spoil. This isn’t always the case. Sometimes, some of our critical infrastructure survives.

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Peddler’s Boutique closes Mother’s DayAfter 18 years in downtown Arcadia, Pam Ames and Linda Williams will close their business. Peddler’s Boutique had started as Basket Peddler, transitioned to a women’s fashion shop about 10 years ago, said Ames, who is Williams’s daughter and business ass…

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It seems that no matter where you turn these days, someone is always complaining or being critical about something. It’s getting more difficult to escape from the negativity, and it’s having a harmful impact on our culture. We are quick to blame the news, social media, politicians or our per…

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