As a small town newspaper reporter, it can be frustrating to cover a subject thoroughly only to hear so many people in the community get the story so, so wrong. It happens. And the merger between Crowley’s Ridge Technical Institute and East Arkansas Community College is chief among those subjects.
It’s been a while since I’ve written about cats. I suppose it’s because I figured I had exhausted all angles of the cat situation. But I was wrong.
And so the saga continues.
Okay, so now we can apply for medical marijuana. Do I plan to do so? Well, no, I don’t have a condition that could be helped by the stuff.
The state of Arkansas is back in the news again this week. And again, it might not be for the best reasons.
Okay, as of last Wednesday, it’s officially summer.
It’s past time that we, here in America, learn how to agree to disagree. And civilly.
I was checking the local pollen levels on the internet recently when a thought came to me – how long have we humans been so all-fired concerned with pollen levels, anyway?
When I began writing this column, I made the decision to refrain from writing editorially about things that hit too close to home.
Father’s Day of 2001 was a new experience for me.