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OPINION | SHARON RANDALL: Tell stories, and embellish to your heart's content

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 02 Nov 2021
This was not to say their stories weren't true ... My grandparents and parents, my aunts and uncles, my dozens of cousins, my blind baby brother, the dogs that slept under the porch, even the fleas that slept on the dogs — they all told stories ... I learned to listen well ... Denton was 4 ... Joe was 6, and totally blind ... Denton ate his banana, but kept the peel ... .
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Stories are us, they span generations

The Grand Island Independent 31 Oct 2021
Sharon Randall ... I grew up in a family of “liars.” My grandparents and parents, my aunts and uncles, my dozens of cousins, my blind baby brother, the dogs that slept under the porch, even the fleas that slept on the dogs — they all told stories ... Here it is. ... Denton was 4 ... Joe was 6, and totally blind ... Denton ate his banana, but kept the peel ... Mrs ... .
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Sharon Randall: ‘Liars’ often tell the truest stories

Winston-Salem Journal 30 Oct 2021
They were true of the human condition ... I grew up in a family of “liars.” My grandparents and parents, my aunts and uncles, my dozens of cousins, my blind baby brother, the dogs that slept under the porch, even the fleas that slept on the dogs — they all told stories ... Denton was 4 ... Joe was 6, and totally blind ... Denton ate his banana, but kept the peel ... .
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Sharon Randall: Stories with embellishments

The Crescent News 30 Oct 2021
They were true of the human condition ... I grew up in a family of “liars.” My grandparents and parents, my aunts and uncles, my dozens of cousins, my blind baby brother, the dogs that slept under the porch, even the fleas that slept on the dogs — they all told stories ... Denton was 4 ... Joe was 6, and totally blind ... Denton ate his banana, but kept the peel ... .
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Sharon Randall for 10-30

Scottsbluff StarHerald 30 Oct 2021
Stories Are Us. Sharon Randall. Columnist ... I grew up in a family of “liars.” My grandparents and parents, my aunts and uncles, my dozens of cousins, my blind baby brother, the dogs that slept under the porch, even the fleas that slept on the dogs—they all told stories ... Denton was 4 ... Joe was 6, and totally blind ... Denton ate his banana, but kept the peel ... .
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Randall: Stories are us

Herald and News 30 Oct 2021
They were true of the human condition ... I grew up in a family of “liars.” My grandparents and parents, my aunts and uncles, my dozens of cousins, my blind baby brother, the dogs that slept under the porch, even the fleas that slept on the dogs—they all told stories ... Denton was 4 ... Joe was 6, and totally blind ... Denton ate his banana, but kept the peel.
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SHARON RANDALL: Stories are us

Scottsbluff StarHerald 30 Oct 2021
Sharon Randall ... I grew up in a family of “liars.” My grandparents and parents, my aunts and uncles, my dozens of cousins, my blind baby brother, the dogs that slept under the porch, even the fleas that slept on the dogs—they all told stories ... I learned to listen well ... Denton was 4 ... Joe was 6, and totally blind ... Denton ate his banana, but kept the peel ... .
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Sharon Randall: A family full of 'liars'

Hastings Tribune 25 Oct 2021
What are your favorite stories you learned as a child? ... My grandparents and parents, my aunts and uncles, my dozens of cousins, my blind baby brother, the dogs that slept under the porch, even the fleas that slept on the dogs — they all told stories ... Here it is. ... Denton was 4 ... Joe was 6, and totally blind ... Denton ate his banana, but kept the peel ... Mrs ... .
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Recipe for success

Wise County Messenger 20 May 2021
BLIND FOX, GRAND PRIZE Messenger photo by Richard Greene. Late in 2019, Krysten Hanger and Keith Abate moved from Austin to Denton with hopes of opening their first restaurant ... Their Blind Fox truck captured the Eighter from Decatur Food Truck Challenge and the $5,000 grand prize at the Wise County Fairgrounds ... Truck Stop behind East Side Denton.
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Texas boy's "Before-I-go-blind" bucket list

CBS News 27 Mar 2021
Nine-year-old Ben Pierce, of Denton, Texas, is not blind - at least not yet. But he suffers from a condition that is slowly stealing his sight, and so he is on a mission. Steve Hartman reports ... .
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SHARON RANDALL: Big sister's fearlessness a lesson for little sister

Arkansas Online 26 Jan 2021
My mother tried her best to teach her children to see danger. To always be prepared for it. To never let it catch us unaware. To be ready at any minute to run ... Joe was blind, couldn't see anything, not even danger. And my baby brother, Denton, never met a risk he didn't love ... The daredevils, Bobbie and Denton, would tie for second ... I can't make it rain ... .
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Being there for family ... always

The Grand Island Independent 24 Jan 2021
Sharon Randall. My mother tried her best to teach her children to see danger. To always be prepared for it. To never let it catch us unaware. To be ready at any minute to run ... Joe was blind, couldn’t see anything, not even danger. And my baby brother, Denton, never met a risk he didn’t love ... The daredevils, Bobbie and Denton, would tie for second ... .
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Sharon Randall: The danger that surrounded my sister

Winston-Salem Journal 23 Jan 2021
My mother tried her best to teach her children to see danger. To always be prepared for it. To never let it catch us unaware. To be ready at any minute to run ... Joe was blind, couldn’t see anything, not even danger. And my baby brother, Denton, never met a risk he didn’t love ... The daredevils, Bobbie and Denton, would tie for second ... I can’t make it rain ... .
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Sharon Randall: Being there for those you love

The Crescent News 23 Jan 2021
My mother tried her best to teach her children to see danger. To always be prepared for it. To never let it catch us unaware. To be ready at any minute to run ... Joe was blind, couldn’t see anything, not even danger. And my baby brother, Denton, never met a risk he didn’t love ... The dare devils, Bobbie and Denton, would tie for second ... I can’t make it rain ... .
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SHARON RANDALL: Be there

Scottsbluff StarHerald 23 Jan 2021
My mother tried her best to teach her children to see danger. To always be prepared for it. To never let it catch us unaware. To be ready at any minute to run ... Joe was blind, couldn’t see anything, not even danger. And my baby brother, Denton, never met a risk he didn’t love ... The dare devils, Bobbie and Denton, would tie for second ... I can’t make it rain ... .
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