Save enough pennies and you have a dime. Save enough dimes and you have a dollar.
NAME: Cathy Swindell
FAMILY: Husband, Danny; daughter, Megan, and four “fur babies” — two cats and two dogs (all rescues)
Grade: A –
My granddaddy was a farmer and a rancher in south Texas. He wore plaid pearl snap shirts all of his days, worked from sunup to sundown
Ticks, those eight-legged arachnids, that give you the creepy-crawlies. They invade your personal space to feast on your blood. Ehw!
Q: I’ve been listening to my favorite live album, the Who’s “Live At Leeds,” recently.
If you grew up with a brother or sister like I did, I’m sure you have your share of war stories that left both sides bleeding, with one sibling running to mom to tattle on the other.
Boomer, senior, family caregiver and veteran events for June 17-23
What began as a thesis project for his master’s degree in creative writing is now a completed graphic novel just waiting to be published.
Another Mother’s Day goes by … observance of the 10th year of Mama’s death passes… Father’s Day is coming soon…life marches on without Mama and Daddy. But memories loom large in my mind and emotions run high in my heart.
Most cancers start with abnormal cells growing out of control. Sometimes you will experience symptoms, but often you will not.
“Pilate said to them, ‘Then what shall I do with Jesus who is called the Christ?’ ” Matthew 27:22a
Several years ago, an elementary school class was assigned the responsibility of writing a theme about Benjamin Franklin.
Marriage licenses issued recently by the Register of Deeds include:
“That first park was legit!” proclaims Lowery Cruthers (Jake Johnson), a staffer at the new Jurassic World amusement park. “It didn’t need genetic hybrids, it was real.”
There is no shortage of heartwarming stories in our community about how individuals and organizations are helping neighbors escape poverty.
Four-hour hikes over nine different Fridays, covering almost 100 miles on foot. That’s what Bill Causey and Tim Keim, of Chatham County, spent their winter doing as they traversed the rough and undeveloped banks of the Rocky River.