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Opinion

A Revolting Development

Chester A. Riley was a fictional radio and television lead character of a situational comedy by the name of The Life of Riley. He was ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Lynn Roberts.

Just as I am

Some two years after moving to Auburn, Mary Lou and I are still emptying boxes, cleaning off shelves and putting up pictures. My new office ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Dan Ponder.

Signs of the Times

There is no doubt that the nation is changing and those changes can be seen locally. Here are a few things that I have encountered ... Read more

1 month ago by Lynn Roberts.

Symbols of Substance

The slate blue cloth draped down her back almost to her waist. It was framed by a background of black trimmed in red. Originally it ... Read more

1 month ago by Dan Ponder.

Some random thoughts on some random subjects

What a bunch of whiners. I refer to the jive-talkers that stormed the U.S. Capitol on January 6, waving their Trump flags and having a ... Read more

1 month ago by Dick Yarbrough.

Tough Moments in Slow Mention

Gale and I decided it is time to do a little rearranging in our house to use the space we have more efficiently. A build ... Read more

2 months ago by James Scarborough.

Louis Lizzard and Clara the Cat

There are happy and sad parts to this tale of Louis Lizzard and Clara the Cat. First, the happy part. Donna Sue and I are ... Read more

2 months ago by Lynn Roberts.

It had to happen sometime

I fought it. We all did. It crept up on us slowly, almost like a curiosity. This will never work we thought. For some years ... Read more

2 months ago by Dan Ponder.

It’s Time to Get Rid of Some Stuff

It’s amazing (and a bit disgusting) to me how things accumulate around our house. Things are brought in in small quantities then the accumulation over ... Read more

2 months ago by James Scarborough.

Grass Growing Weather

With the daily rains and the high temperatures and humidity, it looks like you could cut your grass in the cool of the morning and ... Read more

2 months ago by Lynn Roberts.

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