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Thursday, July 24, 2014
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Scouting the camping spots of NE Arkansas
Earlier this year, my wife and I bought ourselves a new toy -- a little popup camper. It's nothing fancy, just an older model previously owned by a relative who sold it to us for a good price.
Jail fee dispute offers high stakes for city, councy
The city of Blytheville's legal fight with the county over jail fees will have a big financial impact for both sides once resolved.
You're killing me, Smalls ...
I have a little morning routine that I follow quite strictly, once I get to the office each day. It helps me get my brain into gear and my eyes fully opened, because I just never have been one of those people who is productive in the first part of the day.
I guess one more column won't hurt anything
I find myself with a little extra time on my hands here this last Friday afternoon with me still in the working world, so here comes one last (and I promise, final) column.
CN won't be the same without Tennyson
In nearly 15 years of working with David Tennyson, I think I can count on one hand the number of times I've seen him truly angry.
Learning how to say "no"
Well friends, I come to you this week asking for a little advice. It's time for Ashley and I to make a major change in Caroline's life, and so far it isn't going well.
Goose feces still a problem at Walker Park
For years, the two big issues plaguing Walker Park have been fish kills and geese feces splattered along the walkway around the pond.
Thaddeus Stevens: an unsung hero
There are many things about the Steven Spielberg movie "Lincoln" that are worthy of praise. It is a quality film accurately depicting one of the worst times in this country's history. But the thing about the film that stuck with me was one of the characters, Thaddeus Stevens, of whom I had never heard before.
I wonder what color that makes the noise ...
Buckle your seat belts, friends, while I follow a long and convoluted train of thought to the point I'm trying to make today.
All good things must come to an end
I got started in the newspaper business by writing a column for my mom and dad's Steele Enterprise when I was 5 years old.
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