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Out Means Out

January 3, 2016 Another Christmas Season has passed and there were the usual discussions of the use of the word Christmas and the possible offending of people if, during the Christmas Season, people were greeted... more »»

Without Planning, The Garden Would Not Happen

January 3, 2016 Each fall, when I put the garden to bed, I dream about the season that is to come. I am not sure at this point just what that season will bring. more »»

Don’t Forget The Leftovers

December 30, 2015 Every year as we travel from house to house for Thanksgiving and Christmas, we always end up leaving with bags of tupperware containers. more »»

Pete Rose: Despicable For How Long?

December 29, 2015 I loved Pete Rose as a ballplayer. But I despised the all-time baseball hits leader for his admitted betting on baseball games when he was a manager and a player. more »»

One More Page Written, One More Page Read

December 27, 2015 Another year is drawing to a close, which completes one more page written, and gives the world one more page to read, of the story of our lives, Chapter 2015. more »»

The New Year: Time For A Fresh Start

December 27, 2015 When I think about a new year I think about a fresh start. Whatever happened in 2015 is left behind and there is a chance for a new beginning. more »»

You Are Still Santa

December 26, 2015 It’s interesting doing Christmas with childless 20-somethings. They have long stopped believing in Santa, and they aren’t anywhere close to being Santa themselves. more »»

Snow, Toys And Peanuts

December 26, 2015 This column doesn’t have a single topic, but is a collection of a few things Rhiannon and Gael did this past week, starting with last weekend. That lovely, deep snowfall we got delighted the dogs. more »»

Editor's Note

December 26, 2015 Christmas always seems to fly by. For weeks, we rush around, busying ourselves with holiday parties and visiting with family and friends in the days leading up to Dec. 25. And then, poof, it’s ove. more »»

Christmas Memories

December 20, 2015 John Denver once performed a song with a Christmas theme that included the lyrics, “Christmas time when I was young, the magic and the wonder. more »»

Remembering Those Who Came Before Us

December 20, 2015 Christmas is always a time of remembering for me. We lost several close family members during this otherwise joyful season. more »»

Santa Claus: The Myth That Stole Christmas

December 20, 2015 Since I am neither a parent nor plan to be one, it is merely my amateur opinion — based on personal observation — that teaching children to believe in Santa Claus is as close to child abuse without... more »»

Do You Owe Taxes To The IRS? Then Hand In Your Passport

December 19, 2015 Our federal government has passed a law that will prevent people who are in arrears with the IRS from traveling. more »»

Editor's Note

December 19, 2015 The idea behind volunteering this holiday season was to put free time to good use, but the experience resulted in one very important realizatio. more »»

Unwrap The Gift Of Christmas

December 16, 2015 At the Fuller household, the Christmas season is in full swing. We are baking, buying, wrapping and decorating everything in sight. This especially delights my little one. more »»

Why Generals Play Risk In The Break Room

December 13, 2015 Risk is the only board game I could play instead of eat or sleep. The object of the game is world domination. The board is a map of the world, albeit skewed to a Napoleonic-era perception. more »»

You Have The Right To…

December 13, 2015 According to the Constitution of the United States, citizens of this country are guaranteed a number of rights, many of them we hear about often as we watch television police dramas, many some feel... more »»

What Is In A Song?

December 13, 2015 Yesterday something happened in our church that could probably only have happened in a small congregation. more »»

Editor's Note

December 12, 2015 During my first Christmas season as a reporter, I was assigned a story about a shortage of volunteers to ring the bell for The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaig. more »»

Pet Books That Will Bring You To Tears

December 12, 2015 I’ve just finished reading “Reporting for Duty: True Stories of Wounded Veterans and Their Service Dogs,” by Tracy Libby, i-5 Publishing, LLC $29.95 hardcover. This book is physically gorgeou. more »»

 
 
 

 

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