5/4 MAIL CALL: Can you hear me now? Please turn it down!
Today I was driving home and had to stop to cross Highway 19. A white SUV pulled up behind me and had his music and bass so loud that my ears were actually hurting in my car.
5/4 MAIL CALL: Maybe you should take your views elsewhere
I have a suggestion for Michele Rhodes (Mail Call, April 25, “Texas senators lied to us about gun legislation.”)
5/4 MAIL CALL: Obama’s priorities are clearly out of whack
It appears our President cannot take a definitive position on anything, except, of course, Obama Care, abortion, GLBT rights, including same sex marriage.
EDITORIAL: We’ve never been so happy to be blue
It isn’t unusual for us to turn on the television and see tragedies like the Boston Marathon bombings and comfort ourselves by thinking, “That kind of stuff doesn’t happen here.” We have no such comforts when it comes to child abuse in Henderson County.
RICH FLOWERS: Sometimes shortcuts just end up setting you further back
These days, when I drive to work from Poynor, I have to maneuver past an annoying construction site on U.S. Highway 175.
Feature stories allow us to really get to know people
If there is one form of journalism which gives me the greatest pleasure it is writing feature stories.
I used to hate it when I was in college until I was at my very first job in Sulphur Springs as a sports writer.
Civil Rights Movement’s 50th anniversary remembered
I recently had an opportunity to visit several Southern states where slavery was prominent and racial injustice existed. The states visited were Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee.
Yeah, there’s a game, but I’m just listening to the words!
It looks like CBS and the Super Bowl could be in trouble once again.
Sometimes the sideshows to the ‘big game’ are better
Super Bowl Sunday is upon us with a pretty good football matchup between the San Fransisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens looming at the Superdome in New Orleans.
MAIL CALL: There’s no easy solution to reducing gun crime
From 1800 to December 31, 2012, there were 148 reported violent incidents in schools.
Weapons such as handguns, shotguns, rifles, knives, explosives and even a bow and arrow were used. There were nine firearm accidents. Students perpetrated 98 of the incidents.
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