Thursday, September 5, 2013
Memories of 9/11
When September rolls around, I immediately think 9/11. It’s hard to believe it’s been a dozen years ago.This week’s column is largely a repeat of one I wrote on the fifth anniversary of that dreadful day
Close to Nowhere
Quilters are all alike
• On Wednesday afternoons here at the paper, I get out the old bound copies of the paper and peruse them looking for interesting tidbits for “The Pages of The Past.”
It’s kinda weird because now, in the 25 Years Ago, I’m reading my columns again. I’m not that old, am I?
March on Washington showed strength of the American spirit
On August 28, thousands of Americans gathered on the National Mall in Washington to commemorate a pivotal moment in our nation’s history. Exactly 50 years ago, an earlier generation had converged on the same lawn as part of the peaceful March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom – one of the most iconic events of the civil rights movement in America.
Letters to the Editor
Ever since 1829, the police forces of various municipalities have had to endure a constant stream of criticism. It is understandable, especially at its inception. People hate to be told what to do -- still do! To be honest, most of the complaints were superfluous, but unfortunately, some tend to be true.
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