Jan 4 2002 by Steve Zikman
“The great affair is to move, to feel the needs and hitches of our life more nearly; to come down off this feather-bed of civilization and find the globe granite underfoot and strewn with cutting f
Jan 2 2002 by Clyde McGinnis
145 Years Ago
Jan 2 2002 by Jim Davidson
Someone once said “It is better to shoot for a star and miss it than it is to shoot for a skunk and hit it.” If you have ever really wanted something that seemed to be just beyond your reach, I hav
Jan 2 2002 by Chuck Ross
For a few years now as I have composed columns, I have talked about whatever topic seemed appropriate at the time.
Dec 31 2001 by Wilson Powell
The late Finis Q. Wyatt was one of the most capable, best known and best loved physician/surgeons to practice medicine in the Batesville area.
Dec 31 2001 by Steve Barnes
ATLANTA – My mother-in-law, who intensely dislikes that appellation and who insists that I introduce her as Amy’s mother, is mad at me and barely speaking.
Dec 31 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
144 YEARS AGO
Dec 28 2001 by Terrell Tebbetts
It’s inventory time. Batesville businesses are counting items in stock preparing for the tax season.
Dec 28 2001 by Jack Canfield
By Robin Leach
“If you are wise and know the art of travel, let yourself go on the stream of the unknown and accept whatever comes in the spirit in which the gods may offer it.”
Dec 28 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
The first of January, a day of general reckoning, is nigh at hand, and the printer, like all other men, is mortal and must live on bread and meat and wants money. Who doesn’t?
Dec 27 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
Dec 27 2001 by Larry Stroud
While entering a store in Batesville the first weekend in November, an area resident found several dollars in cash “floating through the parking lot,” according to an anonymous note received at the