“Where do we turn?” is the question that we have been asking ourselves. Do we take matters into our own hands or do we keep our trust in our judiciary system which releases defendants charged with an offense and have been incarcerated in the city or county jail, who have not been brought to trial within nine months?
By and large, I’m a big supporter of the First Amendment, from what it says about religion on through people’s right to petition the government.
Not only do our ambulance drivers care about our safety, they care about their own health.
This is my first column of 2016, so I’m not going to start it off by talking about how I went out, in the cold, for my monthly game of pick up sticks.
Okay, another year, shot to pieces. Here are some rundowns of this past year, along with some predictions, not necessarily in that order.
This is my last column before Christmas, and I figure there may be some folks out there still wondering if I really am a Scrooge.
Okay, folks, here’s your warning, just in case you may want to skip this column:
Okay, I’ll let my secret out. Scrooge himself, in spite of the malady he will tell about in the next section, actually did some Christmas shopping.
I was happy to read in the Times-Herald in October about the downtown restoration board receiving grant money to help downtown business owners.
Back in November, or was it October? Anyway, I decided I would not mention a certain holiday in my column until Thanksgiving was over and December was upon us.