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It comes around every 5-10 years. A few start organizing. They select a date, a location and begin making plans to get everyone back together again. For that one night, most will put aside old grudges and judgments about political affiliations just to spend several hours reconnecting with th…
I find it difficult to listen to newscasters and their guests argue passionately about why one point of view is the only truth — the truth is always the one belonging to whomever is speaking.
I found myself in deep thought as I “studied” a patch (field) of tobacco one day last week. The last time I was assigned a job in a tobacco harvest it amounted to the simple task of dropping sticks.
I think of how amazing it is just to be alive in the morning, when the air is crisp and fresh, as it is on a fall-like morning. I think of it especially as I am living in such a broken world.
We live in the country, so it’s common to occasionally cross paths with a mouse or two. With that said, I don’t care how common it is; I like to live in ignorant bliss and think that no mouse is within 100 miles of my house. I managed to avoid seeing one for 15 years. But that all changed a …
The top photo is the Public School in this area. It was built in 1855, but was torn down in 1923 to make way for a brick building. Records say it was located at 130 2nd Avenue South. The second photo, Caldwell Training School, was operated around the turn of the century at 22 4th Avenue Nort…
Labor Day is an American federal holiday observed on the first Monday in September that pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers.
After leisurely meandering six miles southbound along Highway 70 once I’d left Interstate 40 at Exit 239, the splash of color on the right snagged my attention.
If you feel an instant heat wave when you drive by Tucker Caton’s Mt. Juliet home, it might be the heat generated from all the hot peppers he grows in his back yard for his sauces, salsa and spice blend business.