The WLBQ football broadcasting team sometimes talks about the importance of timing and angles as it relates to speci
Graduations are milestones, marking the end of one period and the beginning of another. The 2020 graduations have looked a little different, but that may make them more memorable.
I have often told my son-in-law, Thomas, that I wish his mom, Jean, lived next door to me. Jean is kind and open and all about doing the right thing. She has a strong faith and a positive outlook. In the past, I have looked at people like her a
We find a very interesting writing located on almost every headstone in every cemetery we visit. On every headstone, between the dates of a person’s birth and death is a dash.
Higher taxes plus more spending equals deeper hole
Merriam-Webster defines an “unforced error” in the following way:
Welcome to Whose Quarantine Is It Anyway: where everything is made up and the days don’t matter.
Memorial Day has come and gone amidst a global pandemic. Times are different now and norm
Due to the pandemic, many of us have had more time to process information. I’ve learned a few random things during this time about weed killer, cinnamon rolls, and telephone visits.