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Duty and Honor

Jan 29, 2016 1:01am

As the deadly, record-breaking blizzard Jonas wreaked havoc throughout the nation from Georgia to Massachusetts, the Washington D.C. area, with 22 inches of snow, was shut down as were many other...

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“The Weather Outside is Frightful”

Mar 13, 2015 12:01am

OK folks, fess up. Would all the ones that sang “Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow” raise your hands and be prepared for a well deserved pelting of snowballs? And, as they say on the obscure...

13th Floor, Please

Mar 05, 2015 1:01am

Let’s say we came into some big money. And by big I mean like hitting the jackpot in one of those mega million lotteries. And now since we’re flush with cash we decide that maybe it’s time to move...

The Blizzard of ‘78

Feb 27, 2015 1:01am

Juno, Linus, Marcus and Neptune. Picking new baby names? Well, not quite. These are the four storms, albeit named only by the folks at the Weather Channel, that in less than four weeks buried New...

Turn the TV on and Let’s Eat

Feb 20, 2015 1:01am

If you don’t mind let’s take a quick peek into your refrigerator. Well, there’s some salad dressing, milk and juice on the door shelves, last night’s carryout leftovers and, oh my, something fuzzy...

The Forgotten Holiday

Feb 12, 2015 2:04pm

One of my favorite holidays came and went last week with nary a nod of acknowledgement from area residents. Kids didn’t have a day off from school, mail was delivered to our homes, government...

A Penny for your Thoughts

Feb 06, 2015 1:01am

“A penny for your thoughts,” the folksy saying coined (no pun intended) eons ago, is still in use, albeit probably only by us old folks.

Today, the lowly penny has become the unloved...

Caribbean Memories

Jan 30, 2015 1:01am

On Saturday, the last night of our Caribbean cruise, I sat on our stateroom balcony, eyes locked on the blackness of the churning sea as we sailed back to Galveston. A brightly lit cruise ship on...

Escaping the Shopping Trip

Jan 22, 2015 1:01am

Life of retirement, as idyllic as it may appear to those still in the work force, unfortunately has its pitfalls.

Take shopping for example. It’s a given that most ladies love shopping —...

The General’s Farewell

Jan 15, 2015 1:01am

My fascination with the American Revolutionary War goes back many, many decades. Actually, it all started while still in grade school when I read a book on Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys...

The Big Midnight Drop

Jan 09, 2015 1:01am

Revelers erupted in cheers amidst a confetti-filled celebration in New York’s Times Square, bidding farewell to the year that was and ushering in the New Year.

New Year’s Eve has ultimately...

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