We moved to the Quad Cities four years ago, we’re newbies. We decided to retire in Dewey to enjoy its rural effect and natural beauty.
That 900-pound elephant on the road certainly comes with a price: everyone has an opinion about it.
A traveler came upon an old farmer working in his field beside the road. Eager to rest his feet, the wanderer hailed the countryman.
I spent last week in Oklahoma, visiting family and friends in my adopted hometown of Tulsa.
During the years I’ve been writing this column, I’ve suggested several ways in which we could make Chino Valley the mega-metropolitan center of the Great Southwest.
My Uncle Jimmy would’ve hated the late-model SUV I rented for a recent trip to New Jersey. I sure did.
New York Yankees’ great Joe DiMaggio is widely considered one of the top 10 players in Major League Baseball history.
The news last week that President Donald Trump’s handlers may have digitally altered his photographs to make him appear not only slimmer and younger, but with ... wait for it ... longer fingers, is the perfect metaphor for a White House that repeatedly bends the truth to suit its own ends.
“We don’t report rumors.” That seemed obvious when a newsroom colleague said it to me some 20 years ago.
“When I shake somebody’s hand, I’m building a bridge … In my view, that is the most human bridge, the universal bridge: shaking hands … of the five senses, touch is the most important.”
I assume every American no matter their religious or political beliefs, is interested in having secure borders.
The Friday Catchall: OK, so how about some 900-pound elephants, err, trucks in the room?
Although my family recently watched the 1943 “Lassie, Come Home” on TV, we haven’t seen the “in theaters now!” movie “A Dog’s Way Home” yet.
My apologies for repeating the same subject but there’s some info worth sharing.
Just as my annual diet has begun showing promise, my greatest obstacle to success is upon me: Girl Scout Cookie season has begun.
Nearly three years ago, back when President Trump was a candidate, voters were clear on his illegal immigration stance.
If you passed Max Acuna on the street or on your way to work, or any one of those hundreds of places where people cross paths every day, you wouldn’t give the smartly dressed 30-year-old a second look.
Are we capable of connecting two dots? The fake border crisis distracts us from the true national emergency: A suspected Russian asset sits in the White House.