- BOWYER: When bad days turn into bad weeks Flowers were planted at my house because someone thought my place was a little drab, and I would be the last one to argue with you about that. I haven’t planted any flowers since Janie has been gone, and they do look pretty. Flowers are nice, and abo
- KNISELY: Having a worst fear realized ... sorta I have a deep-seated fear of bats. Namely, bats swooping down and getting tangled up in my hair. When I tell people of this fear, it’s often with great animation on my part. It’s a true audio/visual presentation of the unlikely event were it to actua
- WOLFSIE: Surgery can be fun, too This is a humor column about a serious medical concern. Everything turned out fine, but this is my one chance to write funny stuff about my own lung biopsy. I hope. When I arrived at the hospital, I met Jill, the RN, and immediately asked her if the
- ABBOTT: Are we there yet? Since May 1, I've been on three car trips -- the longest covered nearly 2,000 miles and the shortest covered about 400 miles. Travel stinks. It isn't easy, and I'm not sure it is always worth it. I've always loved experiencing new places. But, gettin
- WILLIAMS: What sense could you give up? If you had to give up a sense, which one would it be? This is the kind of stuff I ponder when I'm lying in bed at night. For living things, I think the hardest sense to lose would be touch. It is so often our connection to the things we love -- kissi
- Killing me with kisses In some countries, greeting friends with a kiss is the common custom. France, Italy, Greece and Hollywood come to mind. Not full-on, passionate kissing, but a quick buss on the cheek. First on one side, then the other. Men, women, it doesn't matter.
KNISELY: What is it about me anyway?
That’s it. It’s official. There’s something wrong with me.
WOLFSIE: Current problems
I’m a competitive person. For example, I obsess about how my lawn looks in compar-ison to others on my block.
- BUCK: Let’s talk facts, not fiction By Joe Buck Guest columnist Mr. Kitchell, I ask you to not criticize what we are doing for the city of Logansport without having your facts correct. We are working toward building a better future for our community. I believe that we have no choice bu
PARKER: Men are still very needed in a woman’s world
News that women increasingly are the leading or sole breadwinner in the American family has resurrected the perennial question: Why do we need men?
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