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When I was little, my dad and I shared a lot of our musical taste. I played travel basketball through eighth grade which meant we spent a lot of time in the car together. It was inevitable the radio … more
A broken heart comes in all kinds of ways and at any age. The relationship is over whether by word or text. The unexpected call saying they didn’t make it. The long road of winning is … more
Seems like schoolkids are victims of at least a couple annual fads every year. One usually rolls around in the spring after the cold weather season passes. That’s water guns, which … more
Today, April 8, is two days after the April full moon, one day before Easter and exactly 366 days until the Greater American Eclipse unfolds April 8, 2024. Starting now there will be 12 full and … more
For those of you who’ve been off the grid for the past three months, ChatGPT is the artificial intelligence program that has humanity freaking out about its future as the Earth’s thought … more
In recent weeks in Punjab, in northern India, the government shut down the internet for 27 million people and denied them the right to assemble freely. Why? Because the Indian government has … more
I've been looking through a booklet about the 13 th Decade Jubilee of Paris and Edgar County. This celebration was held Aug. 23-29, 1953. I don’t remember it at all, and I should have … more
Here is a compilation of stories appearing the late March 1923 issues of the Paris Beacon-News. Spelling and punctuation have not been changed except for better understanding. POLICE STATION IS … more
April 1 is a celebrated but unofficial holiday. There are no store shelves filled with decorations and nothing on calendars, so it sneaks up on us. That’s exactly what pranksters depend on, an … more
I can remember standing in line hoping that somehow, I could get their attention. It wasn’t a parade.It wasn’t a concert, but it was a huge gathering of people whowanted to see the vice … more
Our Siamese cat, Diego by name, has flirted with the nine lives theory different times. Six years ago, when just shy of his first birthday, he jumped unseen into the clothes dryer. Inside it were … more
I have always thought the term, the arts, has a sort of relaxed feeling to it. It makes me think of the art galleries in Washington, D.C., which are incredibly still, silent, organized and divided … more
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