Adaptive clogging makes comeback as stress reliever
It’s actually one of the oldest dances in America — clogging.
Our Readers Speak — Thursday, July 24, 2014
Not all is bad about today’s youth
Errant BSB vehicle an egg on group’s face
Filmmaker is in need of history and truth lessons
It only takes a spark to get a fire going.
Get ready for a big bang — baby boomers are retiring
Through the sheer weight of their numbers, baby boomers have shaped our culture for half a century. As children, we demanded Davy Crockett caps, transistor radios, Barbie dolls and GI Joe action heroes.
- In a quest for candy, our Mallo-Cups runneth over
Late climatologist denounced global warming crisis
Climate change: fact or fiction? The evidence seems to be piling up lately that the “global climate crisis” is a fraud.
- Consider adopting a sidewalk for summer cleanup
A hero is more than a sandwich
He was returning from leave after visiting his family on the West Coast. Within two months, he would be on a plane to Afghanistan. And he couldn’t wait.
Outhouses remain in vogue throughout the United States
Men inquire, “Where can I wash my hands?” and women ask, “Is there a place to powder my nose?” Schoolchildren stammer, “May I be excused.”
- Farm kids learn their places early
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