Military school can be tough, but some lessons still stick
It’s a different kind of life for a boy. Perhaps that’s good, but it also has its challenges.
I’m writing about a military school, which is monetarily funded by the U.S. Army, but which is a private high school.
Topic Guns in Schools
Unfortunately, we’re not so sure how to answer that question anymore. The topics of school safety and gun legislation have moved to the forefront of public conversation once again after another mass public shooting — with the latest leaving 26 dead at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Conn.
For those hurting during the holidays, there is hope
It's Christmastime and all in the world should be good. Life is not always that black and white.
Life can be challenging, even in the best of circumstances. When a tragedy happens, like in Connecticut, you want to ask why?
The rumor about a certain restaurant closing is not true
The best part of living in a small town is when you don't know what your doing, someone else does.
What happens to people during Black Friday?
I don't get it. I will never understand the enthusiasm over Black Friday. Normal everyday people get possessed.
The absence of Presidential results was not because of who won
Recently, representatives of the Henderson County Democratic Party approached me, and my publisher, Lange Svehlak on two different occasions about my policies on election night, regarding the front page of the Athens Daily Review.
Of those I’ve met during my career, one always comes to mind
When I think about all the people who have come in and out of my life during my time with newspapers, one person always comes to mind, Ann Rounsvall.
Presidential campaign has been a long, hard effort
We survived another election year. What a year it has been. I feel like the campaigning for this election has lasted longer than a president's term in office.
Leaving Athens, and swimmin’ back across the Red River
So I go shake up the Okies for a change, give you guys a rest from Art Lawler fatigue.
Seriously, I'm getting sick of the guy. He needs to transfer out of state. Find somebody new to pick on.
Make something great out of your life, instead of a tragedy
Kids, kids, kids. I'm talking about the big kids today, and especially a big kid with an arm like a cannon, and a substance abuse problem big enough to waste it.
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