RICHARDSON: Sleepless in Suwannee
In the 1980s we made a yearly fishing excursion to Suwannee, Fla. during our Christmas vacation.
ROWLAND: I’m feeling better about myself already
Like many Americans, I have a new health insurance carrier. Just to be fair, the fact that I have a different health insurance plan than I had last year has nothing to do with the Affordable Care Act.
HODGES: Don’t count on tomorrow
My friend Maj. Gen. Tug Greer died last week.
CURTAIN CALL: How about some mandolins and a little opera?
“Oh mighty warrior of great fighting stock, Might I inquire to asking what's up doc?”
BROWN: Life during the era of the fallout shelter
We never had a genuine bomb shelter at our house on Nicholson Street in Richland, but there was a concrete safe room in the back of our basement that was designated as our family gathering area in case of a catastrophe.
RICHARDSON: A lesson in Character Building 101
Today’s class is now in session, and our topic will be how one can build character through the use of adversity.
ROWLAND: Every man should be so lucky
Well, it is that time of year.
DAVIDSON: I got the job
I admit it, I was nervous. I was only out of work for less than a week but I was still nervous.
DAVIDSON: Overcoming defeat — try, try, try again
How do you lose a job in one day?
CURTAIN CALL: Jazz, musical theater coming this week
There’s some jazz and musical theater to report on this week, so let’s get right to it.
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