Okay, most of us survived Christmas, and except for a hangover here and there, New Year’s Eve and Jan. 1 didn’t take too great a toll.
Dear TH Editor:
I am spending a lazy Sunday afternoon organizing “Cooking With Friends” recipes. Thank you, TH, for publishing these delicious family recipes.
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.
With Christmas just around the corner, there are a lot of people thinking about adding a dog or puppy to their home as a gift for their child or maybe that significant other.
Last week, I mentioned some things that have not changed since I retired.
In Response to the editorial written on Dec. 3, entitled Mr. Metcalf, Do Not Resign!
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.