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Jul 7, 2015

The cultural Civil War

By Nate Strauch, More Content Now   There’s something sickly poetic about the northern media telling southerners they’re not allowed to have their Confederate flags anymore. It’s not irony, tho…

Jul 2, 2015

4-H prepares for new year

Prudence Caskey, Learn by Doing

Jul 1, 2015

It's a Different Day in America

By Glenn Mollette     Americans celebrate our Independence each 4th of July. We have all kinds of independence in our country. We are free to kill unborn babies and free to legally marry peo…

Jun 22, 2015

Guns in Church

A faith group in our town recently held a worship event with about 350 plus people in attendance. They expected people from several states and foreign countries including Nigeria, South Africa, Botsw…

Jun 22, 2015

Stop Signs Are Forever: When Uncle Sam gets one right

Richard Toler lived at 515 Poplar St. in Cincinnati, during the summer of 1937 when a young white woman named Ruth Thompson knocked on his door. Toler was somewhere around 100 years old at that po…

Jun 16, 2015

Washington Update

Washington Update

Jun 15, 2015

Visiting Parliament on Independence Day

I felt almost like a traitor being in England on Independence Day.

Jun 11, 2015

Handicapping the Expansive GOP Field

It's that time again.  Every four years, the GOP interviews presidential hopefuls to determine who will be their nominee, who will have a show on Fox and who will be doing reverse mortgage commercial…

Jun 11, 2015

Jun 8, 2015

Doris Kingry: Phone service is different these days

In the early 1950's I worked in the courthouse as secretary to School Superintendent Charles Morris. I sat at the front desk, receiving all telephone calls and visitors, among many other duties. At t…

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