Sep 19 2001 by Patsy Pipkin
Somebody asked me the other day my opinion about stem-cell research. I gave them what I thought was a pretty good answer, but I’ve been thinking about what I said ever since.
Sep 19 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
90 YEARS AGO
Sep 18 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
Sep 18 2001 by admin
When I came into work Tuesday morning, my coworkers were crowded around a television in a newsroom. Seeing the image of the World Trade Center burn was surreal. I wished it was a dream.
Sep 18 2001 by Letters to the Editor
Sep 17 2001 by Wilson Powell
Lynn Hinkle of 2025 Pennington Drive, Arlington, Texas 75014, evokes visions of Waverly steamboat days when she writes in part as follows:
Sep 17 2001 by Steve Barnes
The word came from wherever to close the U.S. Courthouse, and they did, the marshals, with the exception of Henry Woods’ courtroom, which he refused to close.
Sep 17 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
Sep 14 2001 by Stacey Roberts
I have been listening to the endless comparisons of Tuesday’s terrorist attacks to Pearl Harbor and World War II.
Sep 14 2001 by Jack Canfield
By Vera Nicholas-Gervais
“The art of medicine consists of amusing the patient while nature cures the disease.”
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Sep 14 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
Marshal A.A. Webber returned this morning from Paragould with Garza Daniels in custody. Daniels, charged with selling whiskey, was arraigned today by Commissioner Parse.
Sep 13 2001 by David Stricklin
There’s a scene in the movie “Apocalypse Now” in which the captain of a patrol boat is stunned to find himself the recipient of a mortal wound. The fact of being wounded was not what shocked him.