Things happen. Are they providential?
I am one of about 20 people that play bingo on Tuesdays at Second Chances.
I can only think of one good thing about the weather outside: It’s given me something to write about.
There are less than three weeks to prepare for the upcoming dark side of weather.
The mission for the day was quite clear — almost as transparent as the water it involved.
We tortured a GPS device this weekend, just for the amusement factor. On the other hand, we probably let it torture us.
A couple weeks ago in this space I was whining about feeling older. It has occurred to me just why that is.
As I write this column, Thanksgiving night, thousands of Americans are braving frigid temperatures in order to save a few bucks on stuff they really don’t need.
In reference to the front page article Saturday, Nov. 23, 2013 News-Banner concerning Norfolk-Southern RR “Illegal Block”.
Cellphones were back in the news last week after the Federal Communications Commission said that it will consider giving airlines the option of letting passengers use their devices once a flight reaches 10,000 feet.
It could be well into 2014 before the Bluffton Parks and Recreation Department finds out if it received a federally funded grant through the Department of Natural Resources.
Dick Stimpson has no regrets. “If I had it to do all over again, I sure would,” he says, reflecting on recently completing his 50th season of broadcasting high school football.
This Thanksgiving, like last year and the year before that and the year before that, we shall gather around the table at my house and give thanks for the things we cherish most in life.
Thanksgiving of 2013 finds this writer once again deeply involved in genealogical research.
Almost everyone we have chatted with this week about the 50th anniversary of the watershed moment of anyone alive on that fateful day could remember what they were doing when they heard the news of President Kennedy’s...
As we left the site marking where the Boston Massacre occurred in 1770 and continued walking on the Freedom Trail, we weren’t expecting to see a long line of people as we approached our next stop along the red brick...
There’s a little game — well, I call it a game, anyway — going around social media right now in which you are supposed to tell people each day, during November, what you’re thankful for.
Wells County Assessor Rick Smith feels like he’s only doing his job, looking out for his 30,000 constituents, making sure that they are all treated fairly. The county assessor “shall examine and determine the...
Lots of people are upset because stores are opening early for their annual Black Friday sales. ‘Earlier’ as in Thursday — Thanksgiving Day.
Indiana allows November hunting of many animals that sometimes visit Angelkeep