College football has just concluded; pro football winds up Sunday. Basketball is in midseason. Baseball is still a spring pipe dream.
Tired of media bias?
January has been a month of Angelkeep Journals making more comments on what is unseen than what had been observed.
I was a child many years ago. I’ve been a parent for a lot longer, and I’m approaching my fourth decade as a reporter.
As the old saw goes, if the News-Banner could get a nickel for every time someone asked one of our staff “How are you doing?”
Continuing my ongoing series examining recent scientific studies of a dubious nature, I have this latest gem:
Thanksgiving came and went and the aftermath of such a succulent food event was the lingering pile of leftover turkey.
The “long session” of the Indiana General Assembly is underway, which means those of us who are self-proclaimed Hoosier news junkies will be following with great interest as our state legislators tackle a myriad of...
Here’s what the Bluffton building code ordinance can save you: Time and money.
I love to quote from useless scientific studies, and this latest simply begged for my attention.
Last week the coyote was mentioned as a seldom-seen, as compared to a no-see-um animal.
One of the best parts of my job in a community this size is getting to know the person behind the position.
I haven’t built a snowman in several years and didn’t think I would with my nieces during their Christmas break this year since we were without snow during the one time of the year most of us hope to see it.
The Sporting News? It it still around?
I haven’t had a good rant in quite a while. Trouble is, there is so much to rant about.
Every winter it’s the same: Winter weather is forecasted; some panic stricken people rush out to buy eggs, milk and bread.
The cold days of the beginning of 2015 do not allow for any considerable amount of wildlife observation.
I didn’t know much about him, except that he was a graduate of the University of North Carolina and was always in my living room.
Every year, like millions of other people, I make New Year resolutions, only to fail miserably in my attempts to keep them.
Most families have time-honored traditions they celebrate or carry out each holiday season — from gag-gift exchanges on Christmas Day to euchre or Yahtzee competitions on New Year’s Eve.