Thursday, September 4, 2014
Progress can create some problems too.
A few weeks ago we headlined a story – “Traffic on Cayce a huge concern.”
Close to Nowhere
The kindness of strangers
My youngest brother Danny, who lives in Memphis, Tenn., has been driving on bald tires for a while now. Sunday, while he was at the house, he said he really was going next week to get new tires.
Naturally, on his way home, one of his tires blew out — on Hwy. 78 near Byhalia. A long way from my house.
I hope the words haven’t been wasted
I just turned 56, so it’s that time of year for a bit of reflection. I’ve been thinking about 25 years of column writing. That’s a quarter of a century. A long time.
One thousand three hundred columns. At 1,000 words a column, that’s 1.3 million words. That’s 10 long novels. I hope the words haven’t been wasted.
Letter to the Editor
Thank you and your staff for assistance in promoting the Sounds of Summer Music & Arts Festival. The ad we placed was very eye-catching and we had good response from it. This “thank you” letter is one that is difficult to write because the list is endless on the number of businesses, individuals and organizations that volunteered, supported and gave to the Sounds of Summer Music and Arts Festival. Please join me in thanking our Chamber Champion Sponsors and Festival Friends. Tigerworks Graphics did a great job on the new banners.
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