Some folks may wonder if my point of view on certain subjects has changed since I retired, or semi-retired, or whatever the heck it is that I am.
The called meeting of the Forrest City School Board, held last night, was supposed to be about whether or not district teachers and staff would receive incentive or “Christmas” bonuses.
The Newcastle Fire Department Auxiliary would like to thank all those who participated in our community fundraiser breakfast.
On November 22, 1963 – and looking back, I can admit it now – I was a rather naive, immature, somewhat sheltered 19-year-old freshman at Union University in Jackson, Tenn.
Anyone who knows me or who has read my column knows that I am not exactly Mr. Fixit.
Okay, I guess we need to talk about how this happened – the return of my column, that is. Those who didn’t know I was gone, or didn’t know I was ever here in the first place, can go back to whatever they were doing.
Thanksgiving will soon be here so I’ve made a list of things for us to be thankful for.
I would like to thank the Forrest City Medical Center for my care during the weeks I spent in the hospital following my stroke.
Dear Forrest Citians:
I would like to comment on psychiatry and prescription medication.
My subject is the white lines marked on the streets indicating where you are supposed to park. Please someone address this issue.