Column: Look for helpers
by Lauretta Hannon
Columnist
01:57 PM, Thursday, August 21
Q: We have a neighbor couple that have attached themselves to us. We both adore and enjoy spending time with him. … Her, not so much. They have been in our town for about two years and have managed to tick off just about everyone they have met so ...

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