Jan 29 2002 by Andrea Bruner
There’s kind of a lull in the winter, at least between the freezes and snowstorms, at my dad’s farm.
Jan 28 2002 by Wilson Powell
When Paul Newton Heasley, now a retired Batesville businessman, joined the U.S. Navy on Feb. 16, 1943, he looked young enough to be a Civil War drummer boy.
Jan 28 2002 by Steve Barnes
An irony worth noting: on the day K-Mart sought bankruptcy protection to try to stay alive, the guiding spirit of its retail opposite died.
Jan 28 2002 by Clyde McGinnis
144 Years Ago
Jan 25 2002 by Terrell Tebbetts
We’ve had a lot to celebrate during the memorials to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. this week.
Jan 25 2002 by Jack Canfield
By Julia Booker
Jan 25 2002 by Clyde McGinnis
144 YEARS AGO
The river at this place is in fine boating order and is likely to remain so for some time.
Jan 24 2002 by Larry Stroud
My most embarrassing moment was also my funniest, and it still makes me laugh every time I think of it.
Jan 24 2002 by Letters to the Editor
I am writing this letter in response to the article, “No real harm in Harry Potter stories, movie,” by Patsy Pipkin.
Jan 24 2002 by Clyde McGinnis
Jan 23 2002 by Angelia Roberts
At the time it seemed like a stupid thing to do and being one who doesn’t mince words, I told my boss so.
Jan 23 2002 by Patsy Pipkin
My computer is stuffed. I’ve deleted and deleted, but there’s something called a Recycle Bin deep in the confines of the computer that keeps hanging on to earlier messages.