As I watched the rain during the final hours of firearms deer season last weekend, I reflected on another different, yet meaningful, chapter of 2020.
I have Dudley Shimmel’s NRA lifetime membership pin. It’s all I have of him. Thinking of Dudley today.
Every hometown has its own spirit, but that uniqueness may be a little more universal than we realize. That’s because 25 percent of all Americans live within a rural community, according to The National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health (NOSORH).
So I was scrolling through the social media the other day and I came across an ad from some group or other warning me to avoid voting for Herm Suplizio because he was once seen with Socialist Ed Rendell.
Lately, I’ve been wondering if we should get back to normal after the COVID-19 pandemic fades into the history books.
After decades of independence, many older adults may be having trouble with the COVID-19 restriction of self-isolation. It’s hard for many to stay home or to depend upon someone else to help. But, it is a life-saving measure.
I always enjoy reading former editor Denny Bonavita's opinion column in the Tri-County Sunday and have been reading each one for several years. He's done a great job of offering his take on a variety of topics.
I saw a meme on the internet the other day that said all Hollywood is doing is rebooting things from our childhoods and cynically marketing them back to us to tap into our nostalgia.
Can you pass the test? Could you become a United States citizen today?
At 66 years of age I started taking Social Security (SS) benefits while continuing to work full time. It was a great surprise when income tax filing time came that 80 percent of the SS benefit was to be added to my earned income and thus taxed as earned income. This is a clear case of double…