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The U.S. Postal Service doesn’t say anything about pandemics or lockdowns in its motto. Nonetheless, over the past two years, America’s mail carriers stayed on the job and kept the nation … more
Ever do a reboot? I do this when my computer stalls or when the picture on my TV freezes. I unplug it, plug it back in and let it go through its start-up routine. Soon we’re back to normal.If only … more
It started when John Baker was a seventh grader at Westside Elementary School in Springfield, Tennessee. While paging through his social studies book, he was drawn to an 1891 photo that showed four … more
While President Biden’s downward spiral in public approval continues, nervous Democrats have sought to reassure one another to remain calm, insisting there remains ample time for the administration … more
We are all storytellers in some fashion. Some people are good at it while others can't hold their audiences' interest.Most everything in life is an art; it simply depends on what separates you from … more
I will be visiting the funeral home in a couple of days for a friend who passed away long before he should have. Sadly, it seems I go to more and more these days. I guess it’s just math … more
“You’ll never guess what I did!” my husband, Peter, announced.“You’re right. I won’t.”“I microwaved the masking tape!”I can’t tell you how pleased he was with himself. My husband … more
I have noticed increased advertising throughout Cleveland and in the Cleveland Daily Banner for the sale of alcohol.  This used not to be, and I find it sad, especially considering that in the … more
I should have squashed the cat! As a father of two beautiful grown daughters, I’d like to think that I’ve instilled a handful of practical life’s lessons along the way. For example, when … more
This country, as well as the state of Tennessee, enjoys a long history of open government. Our Founding Fathers insisted that laws, resolutions and other such actions by the U.S. Congress be … more
It’s that awkward time of year. Baseball season ended in November, and I’m not sure when it will resume, as players are locked out while they argue with team owners over a few billion bucks and … more
I’m not good at sitting still.I didn’t dislike school, but I didn’t like being forced to sit for an hour at a time.Guess who had the sharpest pencil in the class.This situation hasn’t … more
Misspeaking requires some knowledge of what you’re saying. For example, if you meant to order a Diet Coke but ordered a regular Coke because you didn’t specify “diet,” you would have … more
We in Tennessee talk more about Andrew Jackson and James K. Polk than we do Andrew Johnson. Therefore, I’ve come up with a list of things that make this much-maligned president from Greeneville, … more
“I bought more broccoli because I knew you were coming,” my mother informed me.You can never get enough broccoli, that is my belief.I am lucky in that I never had to acquire a taste for … more
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I’m just going to say it. I hate the face masks we are wearing these days. Before you click “send” on an angry e-mail reply, let me explain. Yes, I understand they are useful tools in … more
The president is preparing his annual speech to Congress on the state of the union.  It’s a longstanding tradition mandated by the Constitution in which presidents brag about their … more
I’ve been on a crossword puzzle kick lately.I used to attempt them years and years ago. But I stopped for some reason.This new go around, I work them on an app on my phone. I’m not too proud of … more
The growth of the Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway always has depended on a number of partnerships to make it happen. Our most prolific partner has been the Tennessee Department of Transportation … more
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