April 12, 2018 RSS feed / Opinions

Sniffing a coon hunter’s toes is not the best way to see where he lives

I heard a joke the other day about a surly game warden who walked up to a coon hunter as he sat on his tailgate listening to his hounds.  More...

Simpson could top a million-dollar act with his priceless talent

I n the sixties, during troublesome times, William A. (Bill) Simpson was the versatile Public Relations Director for the University of Georgia. The University was not flush with money, and segregation prevailed across the state.  More...

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The Wall That Heals is coming to town

April 26-29, The Wall That Heals will be at The Curry Colvin Recreation Complex in Lincolnton. See it for free; see it 24 hours a day. See this Wal l that ’s more than a long list of names. More...

Book Review

It’s certainly possible that some of us do not want to know any more about Ernest Hemingway. Many probably studied about him in high school English since he has long been known as one of America’s pre-eminent writers. More...

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Protecting pollinators

Pollinators play an essential role in promoting biodiversity, crop pollination, and ultimately the economy. In fact, experts det ermine the monetary benefit provided by pollinators is over $360 million per year. More...