He knows his limitations — and he avoids the impossible

I was asked a couple of days ago what my “unreachable star” was. Not being too much of a romantic, I scratched my head...

The diabolical duplicity of the great cookie conspiracy

One of the editorial cartoons in our package we received last week which I did not use was about the asteroid or comet that...

Tell me something: What’s in your attic?

A couple years ago a family in France went to fix a leaky roof and discovered something they didn’t know they had: a 440-year-old...

Spring outdoor work precedes reflection

For those Hoosiers that survive the winter rigors of cabin fever, choosing sunshine sparkling days for outdoor chores becomes a blessing. Although muscles have...

Interurban Trail: A wish come true for Wells County

My phone vibrated Wednesday afternoon to alert me that I had received a text message as I was doing some paperwork at school. Little...

Saturday Sub: Stay with me, I’ll get to the point eventually

Just when watching the national news was getting to the point that I was ready to quit watching the national news, The Donald has...

Death by bread. It’s a real thing, trust me.

If I should suddenly drop dead in the next few weeks look no further than the brand new bread machine sitting on our kitchen...

Angelkeep and April, by the numbers

April, perhaps more so than other months even though it falls as month number four on the calendar, can in many ways be associated...

I’ll stick with my red Piggly Wiggly shopping bags

I try to keep up with bills that make their way through the Indiana General Assembly each year, especially ones that have to do...

Bible reading on the plaza — a participatory event

I figure I had better explain myself before I get called a hypocrite, a flip-flop man, or — even worse — a St. Louis...