When the lawnmower broke, a fellow told how his wife kept hinting that he should get it fixed. That fellow kept putting it off, and the grass kept growing taller and taller. Then, one day she came up with what she thought was a clever way to get her point across. The fellow arrived home and …
My coon hunting buddy Barry Bishop passed along a story the other day about a long line of people who had gathered early one morning outside a grocery store waiting for it open.
Gary Moyers wasn’t my first managing editor, but he was the first one who believed in me enough to let me handle my own sports department when I began my journalism career. That meant the world at the time.
When Teresa Scenters messaged me on Facebook while I was on spring break two years ago, I thought maybe she was kidding about becoming news editor for the Berea Citizen.
Even though the date of my retirement has been in place for months, now that the time has actually arrived, it’s not quite as joyous as I thought it would be. Covid-19 and all the shut downs and social distancing recommendations have completely squelched my excitement.