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16-Jan-2018 16:50

Today, Duvall ekes by on a monthly Social Security check of just over

Today, Duvall ekes by on a monthly Social Security check of just over $1,660, and has said, “I’m very sick.I need help.” An angry Gilroy felt the TV host had hijacked Duvall, saying, “I didn’t even know he [the host] was in town.'Bored,' but 'This Is Home' And it has been more than a month since anyone knocked on Mr. But the old grocery store has long been closed, though the post office is still operating.Several houses here sit empty, up for sale for years. Adair does not want to leave, he says, because ''this is home.'' He says he is carrying on the tradition of caring for cattle here -''Come and see this calf that was born this morning'' - that began at least five generations ago.The ratio of single men to single women in O'Neill, he said, is about 10 to 1. His brother, Richard, lives on a farm about 30 miles away. Adair attended a three-room elementary schoolhouse in Amelia, with 3 other pupils in his grade and 30 in all. He graduated from Atkinson High School, about 18 miles away, where there were 80 students in his class. Adair knows that he has been left behind by the exodus from rural communities.Only a few of the men in his class and none of the women now live in the area. Amelia had 100 residents at the turn of the century.

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Today, Duvall ekes by on a monthly Social Security check of just over $1,660, and has said, “I’m very sick.

I need help.” An angry Gilroy felt the TV host had hijacked Duvall, saying, “I didn’t even know he [the host] was in town.

,660, and has said, “I’m very sick.I need help.” An angry Gilroy felt the TV host had hijacked Duvall, saying, “I didn’t even know he [the host] was in town.'Bored,' but 'This Is Home' And it has been more than a month since anyone knocked on Mr. But the old grocery store has long been closed, though the post office is still operating.Several houses here sit empty, up for sale for years. Adair does not want to leave, he says, because ''this is home.'' He says he is carrying on the tradition of caring for cattle here -''Come and see this calf that was born this morning'' - that began at least five generations ago.The ratio of single men to single women in O'Neill, he said, is about 10 to 1. His brother, Richard, lives on a farm about 30 miles away. Adair attended a three-room elementary schoolhouse in Amelia, with 3 other pupils in his grade and 30 in all. He graduated from Atkinson High School, about 18 miles away, where there were 80 students in his class. Adair knows that he has been left behind by the exodus from rural communities.Only a few of the men in his class and none of the women now live in the area. Amelia had 100 residents at the turn of the century.

“They tried to get Madonna to give them a push, and she always said she’d do something for Dan.

''There's just me and Aggie and Vida and Vida's son, Bob,'' Mr. Vida, the younger of the two townswomen, is 80 years old.

The town of O'Neill, with 4,100 people, is about 40 minutes away unless snow makes the trip impossible. Adair drives there to a bar, the Elbow Room, hoping to find a nice single woman. His father died in 1972 and his mother died last spring.

''The ladies go off to the cities to find jobs and the fellows stay home to run the farms,'' said William E.

Blauvelt, publisher of Country Connections, a newsletter based in Superior, Neb.

“They tried to get Madonna to give them a push, and she always said she’d do something for Dan.''There's just me and Aggie and Vida and Vida's son, Bob,'' Mr. Vida, the younger of the two townswomen, is 80 years old.The town of O'Neill, with 4,100 people, is about 40 minutes away unless snow makes the trip impossible. Adair drives there to a bar, the Elbow Room, hoping to find a nice single woman. His father died in 1972 and his mother died last spring.''The ladies go off to the cities to find jobs and the fellows stay home to run the farms,'' said William E.Blauvelt, publisher of Country Connections, a newsletter based in Superior, Neb.If you are thinking of selling your farm, ranch land...