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Each day I turn onto the road toward my house, I quickly glance at vibrant green tobacco, corn and bean fields. I can imagine farmers are eager to harvest their crops and enjoy a good return … more
Someone said they had “built-in” radar and that it was impossible to hit them with a rock. There is an endless supply of rocks along the railroad tracks, and it is the perfect … more
This must be Opposite Week because I found myself — at least partially — agreeing with something said by socialist grandstander Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. She was criticizing Amazon … more
No one appreciates and enjoys history more than I, which includes old homes and buildings that once were at the top of anyone’s ladder. However, there comes a time when one has to be … more
The squeaky wheel gets the grease. Or does it? Ryan Roberts and town residents need to know. It seems Roberts’ establishment, R&R Brewing, has caused quite a stir in certain parts … more
It is great to grow older and have the honor of looking back to see how stupid you were. Many never have that opportunity. It makes me feel good to have been right at the top of the bunch, and … more
Talk about a head scratcher. Why have the unemployment benefits been extended? Our local and state economy has been on shaky ground for 16 months, but government officials seem to think that … more
More than three-plus decades ago, I sat in the press box at my old high school and kept statistics for the football team during a state-playoff game. An older gentleman sat beside me and did a … more
There are a lot of things that are difficult to find today as opposed to my growing up years. A recent column focused on where have all the plum trees gone? Let’s add briar berries and … more
Now that we’ve once again celebrated our nation’s independence, let’s look at one of our most fundamental rights: Freedom of speech. It’s tempting to take this right for … more
In honor of LGBTQ+ Pride Month, there was an event this past weekend at Jimi Hendrix Park in Seattle, Washington, featuring live performances, dancing, and “art healing spaces,” among its … more
All fresh-water fishermen remember the biggest largemouth bass they ever landed. I do, and kissed her right smack in the mouth once I got my hands on her. Every detail on that glorious moment is … more
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