Long, long ago, in a state far, far away, I wrote a column decrying the state of newspaper comic strips.
So far so good.
“So what do you think of this e-learning thing?” the fairgoer asked me as I was waiting to take pictures earlier this month at the Wells County 4-H Fair.
It’s been a year since I last wrote about Jeff Gordon.
There was a resolution considered, ever so briefly, by the Wells County Commissioners this month. It’s worth considering what it might have brought to fruition.
At last count, close to 47 Republicans and 36 Democrats had announced their candidacy for President of the United States.
The largest and tallest Austree of Angelkeep was killed. Intentionally cut down in its youth by the tree elimination team hired by the electric power company.
One more sign that fall is a little closer was the end of last week’s 4-H Fair.
What are we to make of this? Donald Trump, who is to business competency what George Lucas is to intergalactic travel, wants to be president of the United States.
I’m a big fan of hyperbole, which is why I proclaim this to be the “worst summer ever.” Granted, I spent a few weeks in Daytona Beach, during which time I worked like a dog; and granted we did get about 12 hours...
It was 40 years ago this month — July 1975 — and Wells County was celebrating the 25th 4-H Fair. I hadn’t been born yet; in fact, my parents would have just turned 15.
It depends on your perspective of course, but June’s record rainfall of 14.25 inches could have been worse.
I think I’m being stalked by a vengeful spider.
There are several types of birds that visit Angelkeep with their primary purpose being fishing in the pond.
My youngest son, who has a different set of life experiences and interests than his old man does, informed me a few nights ago that there would be a different agenda when it came to the evening’s television viewing...
“The rockets’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air,” or should that be rewritten to mention the bottle rockets, Roman candles, and sparklers?
Despite distributing more than $120,000 to at least 160 Wells County cancer patients since 2011, the Steve Kelly Cancer Relief Foundation may still be one of Wells County’s best kept secrets.
In April of 1983, my wife and I gathered up our 5-year-old daughter and our 3-month-old son and took off on a road trip.
As you read this I am already on my way home from my trip to Florida.
Angelkeep has been stumped.