The Three Wise Men were my favorite pieces of the plaster of Paris nativity set placed on top of the rabbit-eared Philco TV in childhood years.
I am writing this column in an effort to appropriately thank The News-Banner, express my gratitude for the opportunity I was given this semester, and to share the lessons I learned inside and outside of the journalism...
It seems as if each year goes a little faster than the previous.
There were five of us sitting around the dinner table Sunday afternoon — me, my wife, my daughter, my sister, and my brother-in-law.
It’s that time of year again.
In about four weeks — around the same time Hoosier students return to school after winter break — state legislators will be back in Indianapolis to begin the next legislative session.
I had an old lesson reinforced last week. I have to pay attention at the end of meetings. I need to hang around for the official adjournment.
It is difficult to put a finger on exactly where the wind farm issues are in Wells County.
‘Tis the season to be disinfected, fa-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la.
The surest way to enjoy a December’s “White Christmas” in this area would be to attend one of the performances in Bluffton by the Wells Community Theater in the lower level of the Arts Commerce and Visitors Centre...
For what it’s worth, I hereby declare the Christmas music season open.
While many of you were fast asleep in your beds last night, no doubt in something akin to a turkey-induced coma, I was very, very busy.
Score another one for the quality of life in Bluffton and Wells County.
Had a visitor a couple weeks ago who accompanied me to a meeting at the Arts, Commerce and Visitors Centre. He was impressed.
Bluffton received just a few inches of snow this week, which was more than enough to last us all year, in my opinion, which brought forth a deluge of photos on social media of blanketed patio furniture.
I read with interest “Drug abuse puts a huge strain on families” by Jessica Williams (The News-Banner, Nov. 17, 2014).
An employee connected to the power company was checking over vegetation at Angelkeep that could prove a threat to the flow of electricity
The ability to take pictures is truly an amazing phenomenon.
I don’t know about you, but I am in the Christmas spirit a little earlier than normal this year.
Wasn’t sure what to expect, but it was a good sign when I pulled into the entrance to the Bluffton Armory on East Spring Street. Two members of the local chapter of Freedom Riders were there. “Are you here for the...