Sunday, Sep 21, 2014

Opinion

Forewarning offers no guarantees

We think that if we know something in advance, we might prevent, change, or direct its outcome. That will only be true if we act on our knowledge.
Published: 09/12/14

The first of many lasts

While it had briefly occurred to me, I hadn’t really processed the thought until I read the posting before me. My darling child’s photo was tagged “the first meet of my last season of high school cross country.” ...
Published: 09/11/14

Stuck in the school cafeteria cramps your style

I can honestly say, when I am in school, I usually look forward to one thing every day – lunch. I eagerly anticipate catching up with my friends on the day’s events and getting some energy before the rest of my classes. However, this ye...
Published: 09/10/14

Letters to the editor

FSU president
Published: 09/10/14
Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

Respecting voting courtesy
Published: 09/09/14

Letters to the editor

Panther survival?
Published: 09/07/14

Gram waxes nostalgic

My grandson Rorke, just 11 months old, took his first steps today. For about two months he’s been sidestepping along the furniture, but would never let go and venture out on his own. Today he accidentally did.
Published: 09/07/14

The weather up here

I am on the tall side. Now hear what I am saying, I am tall but not super tall, you wouldn’t pick me out of a crowd based on my height. I’m not elevated like one of our beloved county commissioners or anything but when I was a kid I was...
Published: 09/06/14

Be-kind advice is hard to swallow

According to More magazine, Gloria Vanderbilt’s favorite piece of advice is: “Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a great battle.” As the ever-practical Dr. Phil says, “How’s that working out for you?”...
Published: 09/05/14

Letters to the editor

Bad judgement
Published: 09/05/14

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