Apr 25 2003 by admin
It all started the day I brought her home from the hospital. Pink dresses, lacy bloomers and ribbons. Okay, back then she didn’t have enough hair to support a bow.
School officials and Christian leaders in Union County, Tenn., need a crash course on the meaning of the First Amendment – especially the part that separates church from state.
Apr 24 2003 by Larry Stroud
Columnists serve a useful function, whether readers believe it or not. In fact, we serve many useful functions.
Apr 24 2003 by David Stricklin
One of the great things about living in a small town is the fact that you get to know pretty well people who have lived there a long time.
Apr 23 2003 by Angelia Roberts
Eggs are kind of like politicians – they can be scrambled, boiled, poached or fried.
Apr 23 2003 by ANGELA BROWN
Is snoring keeping you awake?
Me too. You, me and half of the population, are twins.
Apr 22 2003 by Andrea Bruner
What a year it has been. My Weight Watchers “baby,” Miss Una Moore, is now at 80 pounds and a year old. Yes, I followed the program for a whole year now.
Apr 22 2003 by admin
In response to Rick Baber’s “With Us Or Against Us”:
He asked why it was ok to talk about Clinton but not about Bush. Maybe it’s because Mr. Baber is comparing apples and oranges.
Apr 21 2003 by admin
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Veteran Legislature watchers kept expecting things to work out.
Apr 21 2003 by Wilson Powell
A major branch of the far-flung Morgan family will hold a second reunion in Arkansas very soon.
Apr 18 2003 by Ken Paulson
When legislators and policymakers try to justify limits on free expression, they often turn to a familiar phrase: “After all, you can’t yell ‘fire’ in a crowded theater.”
Apr 18 2003 by admin
Would you pause with me here on this Good Friday, just for the moments it’ll take to read two stories, and ponder what this day has made possible for us Christians?