There is less than a week before we once more excercise our privilege of casting our vote. Twice a year we’re called upon to let our government know what we think about how they’ve been running the country and we do that through our votes.

This has been an unusual morning. First of all, it's raining quite heavily which is wonderful, except when you have a flat tire. Marcie called me from Caleb's school to let me know and to ask for assistance. Fortunately for me, Byron, the pastor of our church, arrived to drop off his childre…

The friends and family of Steve Dinger want to thank all of the people and businesses that helped make the dinner for Steve Dinger so successful. The number of people who bought dinners exceeded our expectations. Thanks also to the businesses and individuals who donated items for our Chinese…

Taking a vacation usually means going somewhere completely different in order to get a change of scenery. While my recent trip to New England did bring a change of scenery in the technical sense, it also brought some comforting sameness.

I was yapping more about the Brookville High School Band not playing at the courthouse dedication the other night and was told that the decree of not playing any place where there was a prayer being said was rescinded! Praise God! I was told that the band could play at any doings they choose…

Yesterday was my nephew’s birthday, which is always a reminder that Christmas is only three months away. That’s right – there are only 76 more shopping days until Christmas!

The Jefferson County Courthouse celebrated its 150th anniversary Friday and what a celebration it was.

I was sad to see that the Brookville High School Band did not play at the courthouse dedication. I was told it was decreed last 2018 that the school could not participate in any doings that would include a prayer. What God hating person pushed this. The separation of church and state does no…