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Angelkeep Journals — Mole O-ween in 2014

It all began back in May of 1991 when the National Mole Day Foundation was established.

Voting early is easy

We have other commitments on November 4th and wanted to make sure to get our vote in so we voted early.

Would you risk a buck to get $200 million? It’s tempting

Almost every day at work, I look at the numbers and wonder: “What if?”

Will support conservative values

With elections quickly approaching, we recognize that we have a duty to elect individuals into positions of leadership that will support and encourage conservative and Christian values.

Inappropriate treatment of evaluation

Let me first state that I do not have a dog in this fight but in my many years of elected service I do not recall an elected board member being so ridiculed and berated in a public meeting as was reported at the...

Best handled privately

An open letter to Mr. Wayne Barker:

Disappointed in school board, superintendent

After reading the News-Banner coverage of the last (BHMSD) school board meeting, I was surprised and very disappointed by the behavior of our superintendent, Mr. Wayne Barker,  and some members of our school board.

Saturday Sub: An update on a remarkable life, and friendships

It was about four years ago that local entrepreneur Randy Harnish shared a story about an orphan his artillery unit in Vietnam had adopted in the late 1960s. “Little Lou” showed up at the unit one day, so weak from...

Just Jerry — Eureka! Raking leaves is bad for your lawn!

I have never been a fan of raking leaves. In fact, I’d go so far as to say it is the most pointless activity of all outdoor activities.

Angelkeep Journals — Honeysuckle by any other name

Never go to a nursery or garden center and ask for honeysuckle.

Ready for a late October homecoming

Our area schools have been busy this fall season celebrating annual homecoming traditions.

We’ve made it thus far, and we expect it to continue

Forty years.

Saturday Sub — And just what would your tattoo be?

Although I understood the point and the concept, there was not much appreciation for the medium.

Just Jerry — The pain in my drain is very plain

I just finished paying a plumber to clear a clogged bathtub drain which really had no business being clogged in the first place.

Angelkeep Journals —Angelkeep’s American bullfrog

School-age years living in Lancaster Township began on a pondless farm a mile outside of Uniondale.

Gearing up for another election season

It’s hard to believe that another year of November elections is right around the corner.

A statue in a park, honoring a legacy

I have no idea what kind of maintenance the statue of the Civilian Conservation Corps worker now installed at the Ouabache State Park will need.

Get involved, Get included

I appreciated your comments about whether we are an inclusive community. (Saturday Sub, Sept. 27) Now for the “however.”

Saturday Sub — Protecting yourself against those nasty coffee bugs

It’s probably a big deal that there is a case of the ebola virus here in the States now.

Just Jerry — You may call me a woodchuck-chucker

It seems I truly missed my calling. Rather than be a journalist I should have been a lumberjack.

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