I have lamented in this space on prior Saturdays about the things I don’t understand. You would think that as you age, that list would grow smaller.
Most people train for years before competing in marathons and I am no different.
I’ve never been one to procrastinate too much except when it comes to shopping.
On behalf of Wells Community Boys & Girls Club, thank you to everyone who contributed to the success of our 5th Annual Dan Weldy BGC Chili Cook-off! We had eighteen competitive chefs vying for first place.
Congratulations to Gavin Drew and the entire cast of “Into the Woods.”
Saturday morning’s News-Banner was looking pretty good early Friday evening.
Weekly Angelkeep contributor Alan Daugherty enjoys reading the old Bluffton Chronicle copies online.
In the latest news release from the headquarters of Captain Obvious: Beer bellies are bad for your health.
Nature offers an abundance of educational and thrilling observations of what is to the flora and fauna a normal segment of life.
From Bunker Hill to Baghdad, there has always been a select group of Americans willing to fight and possibly die for a cause greater than their self-preservation.
I don’t know who is right. I’m not sure who is wrong.
There are, occasionally, advantages to being a packrat. One can compile a report card on Arthur C. Clarke.
As elections go, this one was about as quiet as they get.
Several weeks ago I received a phone call from the Tea Party wanting money to support their efforts.
It wouldn’t be November without the obligatory ranting and raving about “what a pain Daylight Saving Time is.”
At least the national government wisely keeps the date of November 11 as a day to honor those who have and yet do protect the freedoms we all hold dear.
I don’t know about you, but the extra hour of sleep Sunday was a nice “surprise.”
Do you want to see any changes around here?
Next Tuesday, November 3, is an important day in Ossian because it’s your opportunity to make your voice heard regarding the future direction of our Town Council.
Several years ago when we signed up as one of AdamsWells Internet’s first cable-tv customers, a DVD player came with the deal. I have come to wish that I could go through life with one of these things.