Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Terra Brantley is using her story to teach, inspire others

About 130 women filled the dining hall but you could have heard a pin drop. Terra Brantley, 54, is known perhaps in equal parts for...

Farewell Mrs. Johnson, and thanks for 30 years at BHS

Graduation is less than two weeks away for Bluffton High School’s seniors, but they won’t be the only ones who will leave #1 Tiger...

‘Progress’ helps define ‘who we are’ in Wells

It’s been not quite two weeks now since the 2018 edition of “Who We Are” was released. I hope you’ve been able to get...

Where does all the time go?

Now that the kids are back in school, I find myself with so much time on my hands and yet still manage to get...

Traveling 401 years back in time to London

I’ve used this space several times during the last decade to marvel at how technology has impacted our day-to-day lives, especially the internet.  Social media...

Reporting on an openly anti-reporter president

I never thought I would be so apprehensive to do my job as a journalist in 21st Century America — but I guess this...

Time to release the Kennedy assassination files

It’s not too often these days that I find myself agreeing with President Trump or his policies. This weekend, however, I found some common...

A trip that the little ball player in me will never...

Some people know I played varsity golf on a successful team at Huntington North High School, where I graduated in 2009. But before that, I...

Hiding public information in plain sight

Here we go again. Every legislative session in recent memory has had at least one proposal to eliminate public notice advertising in one form or...

Call me crazy, but I’ll pass on the lazy river

It seems as if my old college roommate and I find something new to marvel at each time we return to our alma mater. “Can...