I was thinking of column ideas this week and how I can stay as positive as possible in this wild and unpredictable year.
I’ve been trying hard not to write about politics.
When I was old enough to vote, I came to realize my father did not vote.
We have had a busy week with family in from Kentucky and tons of snuggles from grandkids that we hadn’t seen in a while.
In my attempt at a humor column loosely related to the first presidential debate, I learned a lesson.
October is a great time of year.
Last week the moon was as gorgeous as I have ever seen it.
I was about to start writing about this squirrel I saw in my backyard.
I am confessing to secretly contemplating a move: Ohio, Florida or maybe even Nevada.
I have noticed recently on Facebook a number of folks commenting on National Daughter’s and National Son’s Days, occasions I must admit I didn…
The year from hell would seem to be a perfect fit for Halloween, but many people are asking: Can we trick-or-treat safely this year?
“If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. If you like your plan, you can keep your plan.”
According to this newspaper, federal grants recently awarded to McMinn County will help extend water lines into rural parts of the county.
I woke up this morning with a start.
In my job as an education reporter, I frequently hear from parents and teachers complaining about overcrowded classrooms.
I hope those of you kind readers remembered last week’s column on preparing to write your own book.
I was grabbing a couple of sausage biscuits and witnessed a couple of old codgers arguing over their coffee.
During this COVID-19 timeframe many of us have been catching up on our reading, especially good novels.
Labor Day offers an opportunity for Etowah folks to consider whose labor it was that built Etowah.
An open letter to the leaders of the Democratic and Republican parties: We’re giving you four years notice.
It is September and we can’t figure out where the summer has gone.
Many people thought the 2016 presidential election was the most important election of our lifetime.
2020 has been the Edsel of years.
It was Aug. 31, 1910 in Detroit Michigan.
It has been a very unusual month for Judi and me.