On countless occasions I've spewed my thoughts on how important I believe sports are to the well-being of so many people, and in some cases, the world.
Earlier this week, a great human-being who shared that same belief passed a way at the age of 95: Nelson Mandela.
I just got to the office an hour or so ago and it is already time to go home.
Was it not just a few weeks ago in July that I was on vacation at the beach with my BFF Cindy and our kids?
The recent news that Rutherford County is formally applying for membership to what is projected will be a 17-county-wide Foreign Trade Zone took me by surprise. I admit I wasn’t even aware such zones existed in the United States.
An Elon Poll released in late November revealed what many voters have already long known -- people are fed up with politicians.
Happy December everyone! I hope you all read and enjoyed Alyssa’s column about Christmas yesterday because I’m planning on bringing you more holiday cheer with this one.
Given the joy and happiness of the holidays, during the month of December I am devoting my columns to a glimpse into my family’s favorite holiday traditions and the things that I love most about the Christmas season.
Jokes about “Polacks” have always been tasteless and silly. Based on the latest international test scores, trying to get a laugh today by portraying Polish people as ignorant or dumb is a good way to identify yourself as, well, ignorant or dumb.
In the early 1840s, a young doctor named Ignaz Semmelweis was given charge of an obstetrical ward in a Vienna hospital.
The routine hospital practice of the day was this: First thing in the morning, the doctors would perform autopsies on the people who had died the night before.
The title to this one, if it wasn’t changed without my knowing post edit, says it all. That’s right, I have no clue what I’m supposed to talk to you fine people about today.
Not the first time it’s happened, probably wont be the last.
But is it really always necessary, in relation to our day to day, to have a plan?
The realm of journalism is ever-changing.
What was once Linotype machines has now been augmented to include reading news stories on a smartphone or tablet.