6:00 PM Mar 26, 2014
Be still my heart I cannot believe my eyes and ears, Jackie and Kelso are having a baby!
1:00 PM Mar 26, 2014
Tennessee’s “universal” helmet law passed in 1967. The law is simple. Anyone who wants to ride a motorcycle in Tennessee must wear a helmet. Some lawmakers, however, want to change that.
6:00 PM Mar 25, 2014
A common saying that newspaper publishers have said for decades and still rings true is that, “Bad news comes in our door everyday, it’s the good news that’s hard to find.” The spirit of that statement basically illustrates the fact that the cops and courts beat generates more stories each and every day, than say our health or government beats. It’s just the nature of our business.
4:00 PM Mar 22, 2014
Last week while working double shifts due to a planned vacation in our newsroom, my lovely wife, Mary, sent me a text to inform me how slowly our Internet was running at our home.
6:00 PM Mar 20, 2014
Well, I sat for most of the morning Wednesday wondering what on earth to write a column about this week, and something very upsetting fell in my lap.
9:00 AM Mar 15, 2014
Given the fact our oldest of three children is now 12 years old, it’s safe to say we’ve spent roughly – carry the one – $6.8 million on toys during that time. Of course, that is an estimate.
9:00 AM Mar 14, 2014
Thumbs up to Cumberland University wrestler Jake Williams, who won the school’s third national championship in a 9-2 decision at 149 pounds during the 57th annual NAIA Champiionships at the Kansas Expocentre.
6:00 PM Mar 13, 2014
We are rapidly approaching move No. 2 this weekend. After selling our house last month, we packed up everything and moved to my grandparents house while we waited to close on our new home.
6:00 PM Mar 12, 2014
As I was going through the normal motions last week and taking in my nightly programming I noticed something—two things—that were in our area.
6:45 PM Mar 11, 2014
Last Thursday, I walked a red carpet just like at the Academy Awards.
9:00 AM Mar 11, 2014
We’ve all been sympathetic at one time or another for children who were born and raised in what we’d consider less than fortunate conditions. Remember those commercials asking for donations for starving and malnourished babies born in far off places? Those TV bites would literally tear at our heartstrings. It was understood that the pain and anguish these infants were going through were by no fault of their own. Rationale told us that it was simply a result of the conditions they were born in. And despite how sad those images were – they were occurring in a distant land. Those messages were targeted to us because we would never allow something so awful happen to our children and as a result we were willing to help.
9:00 AM Mar 9, 2014
Let’s face it; government is quite stuffy for some and even a bit boring for most.
9:00 AM Mar 8, 2014
Lebanon Housing Authority Bill Durham’s departure from the board of directors should serve as a warning to anyone who seeks to break the rules even with the most honorable of intentions.
6:00 PM Mar 7, 2014
Get ready to spring forward one hour this weekend.
6:00 PM Mar 6, 2014
On Saturday I spent the day wandering through buildings at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds checking out all the latest in gardening, as well as some awesome floral designs.
6:00 PM Mar 4, 2014
“The more you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” – Dr. Seuss, “I can read with my eyes shut!”