Ideally, a historic landmark ought to provide future generations accurate information about the past.
The vanity plates caught my eye.
Back in the Saddle
To the editor: Driving through town and along country roads, we often see old churches and schools that have closed. Yesterday, one church we passed was very special to us. It was the Bethel United Methodist Church. Its two signs were blank. It just recently closed.
Maybe computers should be designed to have a flush handle. There’s a trash can, but that’s not doing the trick.
Sitting in great box seats along third base line at Victory Field in Indianapolis, we were hoping to squeeze the last bit of baseball enjoyment out of August. But a young woman behind us had other ideas. She was an expert. Or, more accurately, she thought she was an expert.
On Aug. 19, Jay County was blessed with a perfect day in oh so many ways.
The third annual Shea M. Briar Memorial Ride, hosted by Portland’s American Legion Post 211, was held on July 22, 2023, and we could not have asked for better weather.
Economists insist that new technology results in productivity gains. And that’s probably true in the long run.
When did we start treating our children like hothouse plants?
It was a Friday night just a couple of weeks ago.
Settle in. Take off your shoes. I’m just back from a whirlwind gig in San Francisco and have some images to share.
The 2023 Summer Reading Program, “All Together Now” was a terrific success at the Fort Recovery Public Library.
The Portland High School Alumni Association wishes to thank everyone for their help in preparing the 132nd annual Portland High School Alumni Banquet.
You always remember your summer jobs.
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