This column is in no way meant to take away from or minimize anyone else’s battle against breast cancer.
Unless you live under a rock in California or some other foreign country, you know that the U.S. House of Representatives is hankering to impeach president Trump.
On Oct. 10 at 6 p.m. in the community room at the E.G. Fisher Public Library, Ms. Gina Brown from Vital Records at McMinn Health Department will discuss the vital records needed to get your REAL I.D. card.
The definition is: “In the early 16th century, a quid pro quo was something obtained from an apothecary. That’s because when quid pro quo (New Latin for “something for something”) was first used in English, it referred to the process of substituting one medicine for another — whether intenti…
The social media hashtag for the week tells me that it’s Working Parents Week — a time to shed light on how families are really doing when it comes to balancing careers, raising children and achieving some quality of life.
We have legislators who are making laws for us and not meeting with us, not talking to us, not sharing their thoughts with us and, most of all, not listening to what our thoughts and concerns are.
I don’t usually write about sports, but since the Atlanta Braves are having such a terrific year, let’s have some fun. As a fan of the Braves ever since they moved south, here are my 10 all-time favorites:
After the election of Trump, people around the country wanted to figure out a way to push back against the policies he was wanting to implement, especially getting rid of Obamacare.
The New York Times has written a series of articles under the title of: “The 1619 Project, a major initiative from The New York Times observing the 400th anniversary of the beginning of American slavery. It aims to reframe the country’s history, understanding 1619 as our true founding, and p…
What a great week for enjoying some outdoor natural phenomena, as well as trying to avoid the record heat index days by staying inside and cranking up the air conditioning.
As I watched the third Civic Saturday program unfold last weekend, I let my mind wander a little bit through memories and moments, words and testimonies that have shaped my own notion of what it means to be an engaged U.S. citizen.