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Pandemic Grads

The end of the school year is usually a euphoric and celebratory time for students. However, for the Class of 2020, the school year came to an abrupt halt earlier

In a Shadow

My grandson Gavin was already involved with tag football and basketball. As spring began this year, he said “Pappy, I want to try baseball.” The sport that has brought me

The Dating Game

Spring is heralded by the singing of birds and frogs, and it’s all about dates. The “morning song” belongs to birds and treefrogs, but the evening is primarily for the

Pearls of Wisdom

A visit to your local Hallmark card store can bring you to tears this time of year. It’s Mother’s Day, and you are facing it without your mother. Even if

Funnel of Fun

If you have been reading our column you know we’ve been travelling the Bayshore Heritage Byway and checking out places to visit along the route as we prepare our All-American

Healing Power of Art

I’m hoping that our readers are in good health and will remain so until we can start opening up the Glasstown Arts District. Several artists and the Riverfront Renaissance Center

Ye Greate Street

As you may recall from last week’s article, I’ve been travelling to the Bayshore Heritage Byway to do some exploring and to help prepare an All-American Road application. In these

Home Runs

When you begin to think that staying home all the time is driving you crazy, just reflect on a few things: • You don’t have to buy gas. • You