Wolfsie: Tooth be told
I’m not the kind of guy who sits in front of the TV all night and fiddles the remote control, jumping from station to station, failing to watch any particular show for more than a few minutes.
Ward: We had fun in my youth
I have wondered recently just how I managed to got through my first 75 years without a lot of things that the youngsters of today believe they just cannot get along without.
Stuart: A cathartical particle article
In one of the most exciting advances in the realm of science since Penny and Leonard starting dating again on “The Big Bang Theory,” scientists have said they are confident they have found a Higgs boson.
Barada: Be positive, have positive outcomes
The famous industrialist Henry Ford once said: “Whether you think you can, or think you can’t, you’re right.” While this short simple sentence may seem a little odd, it contains more truth than most realize. That simple sentence has to do with what some call the power of positive thinking.
Wolfsie: Now that’s punny
Last week my column covered the growing controversy about horse meat in food products around the world.
Ward: Flying the Gooney Bird
I am always pleased to hear that I have helped someone through one of my columns. Norm Voiles e-mailed me that he and another friend were in a quandary about a name for an airplane he had flown on once.
Stuart: Spratt-ically unbelievable history
I think it’s safe to say that the county I live in is quite a bit older than the county you live in. I live in Mecklenburg County, N.C., which, throughout 2013, is celebrating its 250th anniversary of officially existing.
Messer: Control spending sensibly
When it comes to the sequester, President Obama is putting politics first. The President claims that sequester cuts would be “draconian,” creating major disruptions in everything from air travel to public safety to food inspections.
Barada: Opportunity School is a great idea
A recent news release appeared in this paper that could have far reaching educational benefits for young people in Rush County.
Wolfsie: Hoof in your mouth disease
I read yesterday that the company IKEA was “withdrawing” one of their most popular food offerings from supermarkets in Sweden because they discovered traces of horse meat in the product.
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