The first utterance of the now famous phrase, “flatten the curve,” was in about 1962. I uttered it to my barber. You see, I had a curve of hair that, if Brain Wilson of the Beach Boys had seen, it would have inspired a surfing song.
Dang that Corona Virus. It’s messed up lots of really important things for kids. You know, things like graduations, proms, summer activities, etc, Now, what will homecoming weekends look like? Social distancing, face masks at homecoming? These are strange times indeed.
Each year, Oak Grove Baptist Church sends a mission trip to help those in neighboring states with much-needed home projects. This year, however, the COVID-19 pandemic caused the church to cancel their annual mission of good will.
Years ago, I went to vote in a run-off election and took our then, six-year-old daughter, Natalie, along for the educational experience. Natalie was impressed; we had voting at our house that night. She kept passing out ballots to me, Sheri and our son, Tyler (so many ballots that I thought …
A north Carroll minister has released a new book containing 365 “motivational minutes” on a wide variety of topics, ranging from dealing with stress to solving financial issues.
There was a large truck with a closed aluminum trailer on the back, moving very erratically down the highway. A state trooper watched as the truck would go fast for about a mile, lose speed and then come to a stop on the shoulder. The driver got out, took a long stick and began to beat the s…
For more than 150 years, shape-note singers have gathered at the former Hopewell Primitive Baptist Church in Ephesus for the oldest continuous event in Heard County, the annual Sacred Harp singing.
A Carrollton church is holding a rally on Adamson Square on Sunday afternoon to support the local African American community and area law enforcement.
Union Hill Baptist Church in Ranburne, Alabama, is having a gospel singing and worship service featuring The Troy Burns Family from Bryson City, NC, on Sunday, June 14, beginning at 10:30 AM (CDT).
I rode the elevator with America. The elevator I rode is one in Houston, Texas, MD Anderson Hospital. It was one of many elevators. I happened to be on it because I had parked the car and was headed to the waiting room on the seventh floor of the hospital where Sheri had an appointment.