Pam’s Expedition had a half a tank of gas in it Sunday afternoon. We’d been on the road for another baseball tournament.
We stopped and filled it up for $41.
Close to Nowhere
It was time!
Just another ordinary week in the Jones’ house — mayhem and madness abounding!
For several years now, we’ve all been urging Pop to go see the heart doctor again. Shortness of breath and chest pain for someone who’s already had a double bypass is usually an indication of more problems.
The Preacher’s Corner
It is the Lord who is perfect, not we who serve
Sometimes one of my friends will warn me that they have said or are about to say some “unpreacherly” words. They seldom proceed to pronounce them in my presence, but it is a clue as to what is on their minds. At such times I feel a bit outdone at not being “fully included” in the lives and thoughts of my people—that lonely isolation that comes from feeling “put on a pedestal”—as some sort of saintly person to live in a kind of hermit-like purity on behalf of the worldly community that surrounds me. I do not recall running for this position when I determined to seek ordination to the ministry.
Wicker offers tips on making the digital television transition
By U.S. Senator Roger F. Wicker
In the chaos that surrounded the attack on our country on September 11, 2001, as well as during Hurricane Katrina, first responders and law enforcement officials had difficulties communicating with each other due in part to a lack of usable airways that carried their transmissions. Communication airwaves were overloaded, which impaired first responders’ ability to talk with one another.
Letter To The Editor
The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department would like to thank all of the businesses, churches, civic organizations and individuals for helping make the benefit fish fry for the Elliott family on May 17 a success.
Thanks a million!
Mark W. Clark II, Army, Iraq
Supporting Our Troops
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