by Garrick Stubblefield
Hi all, my name is Garrick Stubblefield and I live here in Buchanan. I joined the military right out of school. Recently, I was asked to join The Buchanan Chronicle by sports writer Nik Sanchez. I will be doing an array of, not only puzzles, but I will be doing sports and other articles. My objective is doing puzzles for your entertainment. Bear in mind that these puzzles have come from my head and not from any ol’ newspaper, magazine, or book. I hope you love them and give me feedback as they come out.
PUZZLE 1 – REDUCING A LETTER
- Puzzle Instructions:
- You’ll be given a 3, 4, 5, or 6 letter word.
- The object of the puzzle is to remove one letter each step, making a new word each time.
- After a letter is removed you cannot reuse it.
- Abbreviations do count. As in the English dictionary, there are 2 letter words that count, such as PI, AR, KA, KI, ER; however acronyms do not count.
- You may rearrange the letters each step to create your new word.
- THIS ISSUE Puzzles:
- 6 Letter –
- 5 Letter –
- 4 Letter –
- 3 Letter –
As this puzzle could have many answers, you can email your possible answers to Garrick at email@example.com. He will check and respond as quickly as he can.
PUZZLE 2 – KNOWING YOUR STATES AND CAPITALS
Riddles below are clues to State names and State Capital names.
- LIST: Which State names both begin and end with vowels?
- These TWO States were ________ before getting married and ___________ after.
- This capital is never on the bottom on the _______ of every box.
- This capital may have a hanger bay for this type of plane.
PUZZLE 3 – FINDING A WORD WITHIN A WORD
- Search the given word to find a new word for each clue below.
- You give THIS after receiving something from someone.
- A golfer could do THIS to his ball.
- A well known actor Tom _____.
- What you do every time you do my puzzles.
- There is a pro football mascot in here.
PUZZLE 4 – CRACK THE CODE
- Beginning with a given three digit number, you will follow along each step and end with a different three digit number as your answer.
- CHANGE THE FIRST DIGIT TO 4;
- ADD THE LAST 2 DIGITS TOGETHER AND MAKE THAT THE MIDDLE DIGIT;
- IF 4 IS BIGGER THAN 6, PUT A 2 IN THE MIDDLE;
- MAKE THE MIDDLE DIGIT A 3;
- WHAT IS THE FINAL 3 DIGIT NUMBER?