A young man last week give me a new insight into the power of story.
Once upon a time soap was a much simpler product than it is today.
Consider this an open letter to attendees of public meetings: Your chatter is not appreciated, and it does not go unnoticed.
March at Angelkeep is noted for its quackery. Here a quack, there a quack, everywhere a quack-quack.
In October 2012, at a dinner with friends, I found myself sitting next to a woman who’d grown up in Russia. When she found out I was a reporter, she demanded to know why Indiana Republicans had months earlier cast...
Ask anyone around town to list the top attractions of living in Bluffton and one of the responses you’ll hear every time is the Rivergreenway Trail.
The website Buzzfeed pops up with things every once in a while that make me think. It also comes up with things that make me shake my head.
At last. Some encouraging news from the world of science.
This winter has been harsh.
Two summers ago, as a News-Banner intern, I met a little girl.
It is written: only God knows the day and the hour of a person’s final day.
Could the worst part of Winter 2014 finally be behind us?
“Brand” is one of those interesting words. It’s elastic enough to mean different things to different people.
Is it possible to be a happy grump?
Saw a news story about a company called Chiappa Firearms that is generating a great deal of excitement in the firearms community with their latest weapon.
Putting aside Valentine’s Day and celebrations for long-past U.S. Presidents, there is not much use for the month of February.
It seems that I’ve used this space a handful of times during the last nine years to write about all the benefits of shopping locally — whether it be for clothes, cars and car maintenance, jewelry or anything else...
I took a few minutes and read through the Indiana Constitution the other day. You may have heard of the document; it’s been in the news a lot recently.
You have to give Travis Holdman credit. He was not trying to avoid a controversial issue.
Ah, Valentine’s Day.