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    Healing Prayer group

  • Step aside Justin Bieber, Elvis is still King.

        Taylor Rodriguez enjoys performing. And he’s gathering a following around this area.
        The 13-year-old Forest Middle School student brings the songs of Elvis to the stage and he welcomes the chance to portray the King.
        He’ll be doing just that this Saturday, Sept. 17, at El Cazador Restaurant in Bedford, from 6-9 p.m.

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  •     Teresa Lynn Widener eats rocks.

        She’s done this for 20 years, and Widener doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon.
        And she’s not afraid to talk about her unusual habit.
        “I don’t think it makes me a lot different from anybody else,” Widener said this week. “It’s just gritty. I think it’s earthy.”

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  • The first time that Olivia Yap, of Queens in New York City, spent time with Andy and Lea Larsen of Huddleston, she saw stars.

        It was like nothing she ever saw before because the big city lights washed out the night sky back home.
        “It was real, real dark and the stars were pretty and big,” she recalled. “They looked like glitter.”

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  •     A song written by a local man is being used to help out the folks in Joplin, Mo., affected by the devastating tornado that ripped through that city last month.

        Last year after Mark Laperle’s pastor lost his son in a car accident, he was moved to write “Sing Again” for that family.   When    the    tornado ripped through Joplin, Laperle thought it also might provide comfort to the residents there.
        So he sent it to them.