Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Reminiscing spring ‘fowl pas’

When a human blunders it’s sometimes called a faux pas, thus it seems logical that when a bird errors the appropriate terminology might be...

Impressing my inner child, I rode the rollercoasters

I used my vacation last week to overcome some long-standing fears. My husband and I went with close friends to Holiday World in Santa Claus,...

A 1960s decision brings Warren students to So. Wells

I’m sure that if the people of Huntington County knew then what they know now, they wouldn’t have put their goofy school consolidation plan...

County interest in downtown area is encouraging

A few weeks ago, the Wells County Commissioners reviewed some proposed changes in zoning regulations, one of which dealt with changing language to give...

Employees agree to microchip implant to buy snacks

I swear I’m not making this up: about 50 employees at a Wisconsin technology company called Three Square Market, have agreed to have small...

A snapper’s trek through the wood

Silly, granted, but Angelkeep records the day each spring when the first turtle is spotted, having surfaced from underwater, under the mud, hibernation-like winter...

The big shark has a ‘C’ on it and it’s starting...

Cue the cello music, boys. The big mean monster is swimming in for the kill. The reference, of course, is to “Jaws,” the story about...

There are different definitions of many things

I really hesitate to write another column centered on my personal life; seems like I’ve done that a bit often lately. They are usually...

All hail our (clumsy) robot overlords

We’ve all experienced it: First day at work is so bad you immediately start looking for an escape, any escape, just to be free...

‘Howard’ leaves Angelkeep in a pickle

Last week this column made literary light of one newly discovered flora of Angelkeep. It displayed beautiful tiny white bloom early in spring, but...