Oct 10 2001 by Chuck Ross
My purpose for writing about some of my pet peeves is not intended to irritate anybody – unless, of course, you are a culprit who deserves to be irritated.
Oct 10 2001 by Jim Davidson
The other day I read something that gave me a chuckle, and while I had never thought about it before, it was the gospel truth.
Oct 10 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
94 YEARS AGO
Oct 9 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
Oct 9 2001 by Andrea Bruner
Do Grandma’s old-fashioned home remedies work? Maybe not all of them, but at least one fits the bill, if you ask Marty Crain, owner of Wee Bee Flowers at Gainesboro.
Oct 9 2001 by admin
Letter to the editor:
Oct 8 2001 by Steve Barnes
“I know the cynics are going to say it’s because I couldn’t raise the money, but that really wasn’t the situation at all,” said Sharon Priest, who is the Secretary of State, talking to me, a cynic
Oct 8 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
There are two cotton gins in Oil Trough and both of them have ginned only 20 bales of cotton. One of them had ginned 12 bales and the other eight.
Oct 8 2001 by Wilson Powell
Noel D. Moody of Route 6, Box 63, Monett, Mo., has written in part as follows:
Oct 5 2001 by admin
I’m heading back to the future in this piece – if the movement called “postmodernism” is our future. It sure gives us a lot to ponder.
Oct 4 2001 by Larry Stroud
The terrorist attacks of Sept.
Oct 4 2001 by Letters to the Editor