Our grandparents made it through the Great Depression, so even the most delicate and entitled among us should be able to handle a wobbly table without calling in the National Guard.
Tax deductions set to build spare porch, tater box.
“He may get winded brushing his teeth, but his spirit is still strong.”
Emotional support condiments optional.
Squat-thrusts are no match for pancakes.
A promising romance has been scratched away.
By Jon Dawson Although this column usually has a humorous slant, a trip to the car wash turned into a 36-hour ordeal for a Bucklesberry man last weekend. Elmore Leonard, 89, of Echo Drive, Bucklesberry, told rescue personnel it all started last Friday when he mistakenly inserted a $100 bill into an automated payment machine […]
Last Saturday The Wife and I attended a gender-reveal party in Hookerton, although Google Maps interpreted “Hugo Road” as “Hugo Church Road” and we nearly ended up in Ontario. In case you don’t know, Jonathan Massey and I are contributors to the Bryan Hanks Radio Show (see the ad below). Regular listeners to the program […]
After retiring from the newspaper business Burroughs bounced from job to job like a rounded stone on a placid lake, always making a bit of a splash wherever she landed.
By Jon Dawson/Staff Writer When Madeline Weaver arrived home last Thursday she was shocked to be greeted by candlelight. “It wasn’t my birthday or wedding anniversary,” she said. “I convinced myself my husband was trying to be romantic…or at the very least, pre-apologize for something he’d done that I hadn’t found out about yet.” Not […]