They just don’t make them like they used to, do they Art?
I hate to admit it. I miss Art Lawler. Its been about a year now since Art swam back upstream to Oklahoma where he was born and raised. Not that I don’t love Kathy, Rich and Jayson, but Art is one of a kind.
Is there a better guy alive than Jayson Larson?
About every few weeks, Jayson Larson, the editor of the Athens Review says, “Kathi, it’s your turn to write a column for Saturday.” Since he is a short-timer, I should just put him off or ignore him. But that wouldn’t be fair. When I say short timer, Jayson will be leaving the Athens Review in a week. And I am not a happy camper.
JOE ELERSON: I just can’t get enough of the world of sports
When you become a full-time sports reporter, the question of, “What do you do in your free time?” comes up a lot in conversations.
A reminder of hard truths at humane society
In our Friday edition, we reported on a conflict that arose when the Henderson County Humane Society euthanized eight puppies within minutes of receiving them from an area man.
Is English complicated and confusing, or is it just me?
Trying to understand the English language can be difficult. Recently, an e-mail was sent to the paper by a nice lady that wanted to make sure I knew the difference between accept and except.
Will I always procrastinate? Let’s talk about that later
I am going to tell you a secret that a lot of people don’t know about me. I tend to procrastinate about things that I really shouldn’t procrastinate about.
Let’s choose to cling to the good memories
I attended the funeral of another friend who succumbed to cancer this week. As many funerals as I have attended lately, they are always hard. This friend, Gary Browning, was a 52-year-old man who left behind a wife and two adult children.
EDITORIAL: Cain Center moving forward with optimism
This year the Cain Center celebrates its 30th year. It seems in some ways a short time since this wonderful gift to our community was opened.
JAYSON LARSON: The last thing I needed was one more distraction
I’m going to tell you a secret, but I’d really like you to keep it to yourself.
A responsible position during a bad year worked out fine
A short year ago I became President of the Rotary Club of Cedar Creek Lake. Today, I will be presiding over my last meeting. A new president, Mike Groom, will take the helm on July 1.
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