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Hodgepodge

Roy Hodge, Columnist - Roy began his career at The Fulton Patriot in February of 1959 as a linotype operator.  During his long career, he performed every newspaper job — from paper delivery to editor and publisher. He has entertained readers with tales of his family’s antics and many interesting Fulton residents in his long-running “Hodgepodge” column. Roy retired from The Fulton Patriot in June of 2010.

Hot summers

by Roy Hodge I have always enjoyed this time of the year. Summer is my favorite time of the year, and until a few years ago, when I began considering myself as “older” and less heat-resistant, I guess I adapted readily to July and its heat. Thinking about hot summers, I am usually quick to(…)

Fulton Hoboes

by Roy Hodge Do you remember the Fulton Hoboes? I do, and if not for any other reason, every once in a while when I come across a photo of the group when son Jeff was a member. In my memory, the Hoboes were an important part of the Cracker Barrel Fair, which was a(…)

Marcus turns 3

by Roy Hodge We went to a birthday party Saturday – not just any cake and ice cream birthday party – but a full-fledged “I’m three!” birthday party for grandson Marcus. Come on, join the crowd – “Marcus is three?” Yes, it’s true – beautiful little Marcus, who joined our family two years ago, is three(…)

Snowfall in June

by Roy Hodge I was talking among a group of people recently when the topic of conversation turned to the weather — not unusual, I guess. It was a hot day and we started with stories of hot summer weather — violent thunderstorms and summers with days on end of hot, sultry temperatures and steamy,(…)

Sauerkraut

by Roy Hodge Last Thursday morning I discovered that life must go on as usual, despite a torrential rain storm. Life as usual in my neighborhood on Thursday mornings means the weekly supply of trash is left at the side of the road to be picked up by the city’s DPW workers. It was raining(…)

Food

by Roy Hodge When I was looking through the list of columns that I have written since 1979, I discovered that a lot of them were about (guess what?) — food. Is it surprising that I have often written about food and eating? I have written columns about Crackerjacks, sauerkraut making, soft drinks, and Toll(…)

When I was a kid

by Roy Hodge I found myself in a somewhat familiar situation this week. When lacking a column topic I began to do some reminiscing. When I was a kid: The next door neighbor kid used to entertain himself by dropping bricks or heavy rocks on the tops of my favorite metal trucks on the other(…)

Young pals

by Roy Hodge Catching up with the little guys: Marcus, my youngest grandson, lives in Rochester. He is going to be three next month. He keeps his Mommy and Daddy — who also happen to be my daughter-in-law, Shelley, and my son, Adam — very busy. Marcus goes to “school” every week day (we call(…)

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