At approximately 1900 hours on Saturday, Aug. 10, I, Deputy T. Michael Stone – no wait, make that Captain T. Michael Stone – sat bored silly in his car while
I have said it before and I say it again: If the field at Sanford Stadium is not named for Coach Vincent J. Dooley while he is still around to
Mayor touts Madison’s positives As Mayor, a day rarely goesbythatIhavenotheard from someone outside of our community and several local folks. Topics are all over, but I have noticed a pattern.
You probably know that the crying songs of the blues rose up from the flat, silvery cotton fields of the Mississippi Delta. You’ve probably heard the legend of Robert Johnson
This column series is finally starting to wind down.
“It was a miserably stormy evening.” Nah, that’s not it. “The storm raged darkly and stormily….” Ugh. “It was a dark and stormy…evening?” Close but…Jeez, I’ve had writers block for
When I told people I was going to cover Greene County after college, I received many warnings. “Oh man, that’s a tough school system,” they said. “You’ll have plenty to
Good grief, here we are slap-dab in the middle of the dog days of summer, and you are already back in the classroom. I remember as a child that my
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