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Danny Tyree

Danny welcomes email responses at tyreetyrades@aol.com and visits to his Facebook fan page “Tyree’s Tyrades.” Danny’s weekly column is distributed exclusively by Cagle Cartoons Inc. newspaper syndicate.

Recent Stories

No single theme grabbed my attention this week, so we’re back to a potpourri of random thoughts.

By Danny Tyree June 21, 2019
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“You think there’s not a lot goin’ on/But look closer, baby, you’re so wrong…” - from the theme to Canada’s brilliant “Corner Gas” TV show.

By Danny Tyree June 16, 2019
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According to the National Retail Federation, Americans will spend a record $16 billion on Father’s Day this year.

By Danny Tyree June 9, 2019

According to NBC News, a growing number of school districts (especially in rural areas) are experimenting with a four-day week.

By Danny Tyree June 7, 2019
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Twenty years ago this June, when my father’s youngest sister Gwendol passed away, I glanced over at Dad during the funeral and thought, “He looks as if he has the weight of the world on his shoulders.”

By Danny Tyree May 24, 2019

“A woman draws her life from man and gives it back again/And there is love, there is love.” — Noel Paul Stookey (Peter, Paul and Mary).

By Danny Tyree May 17, 2019

After I started working at a convenience market during high school, it irked me when the boss stood at the back of the store and presumed to judge my productivity solely by the rhythm of the cash register.

By Danny Tyree May 10, 2019

So, thanks to the recent arrival of baby Carter, our niece Emma will be celebrating Mother’s Day as a mother for the first time.

By Danny Tyree May 3, 2019
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Stop me if you’ve heard this one. A priest, a rabbi and a minister walk into a polling place - and a comedian gets elected president!

By Danny Tyree April 26, 2019
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The tragic fire that engulfed Notre Dame Cathedral compels me to write about services that we take for granted, right up until the moment we suddenly need them ourselves.

By Danny Tyree April 17, 2019

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