Our community may have ongoing assaults, thefts, drug problems, education challenges, weather catastrophes and political campaigns and debates, but what we really care about is food.That's right, food.
I can't count how many times my parents, brother, or I have said, “That was great,” only to add afterwards, “I can't believe we almost didn't go there,” or “I can't believe we almost didn't...
It's the time for year for ghosts and ghouls and the perhaps welcome invitations for all things a little spooky.
Not all that long ago, planning and carrying out a wedding could be a major logistical nightmare, as many of you can attest.
The first thing I heard Tuesday morning when I woke up was my brother saying, “Sarah, did you hear about Cowpocalypse?”
With a house full of animals, I am in a constant battle with keeping the dust bunnies at bay.I've always thought that our hardwood floors were better for this than carpet, but I'm not so sure that's true.
Either one of the men seeking the office of county commissioner would do a fine job. Republican Jeff Duncan, a longtime Penn Township trustee, is running against Democrat Randy Mustard, a longtime Paint Township trustee, to win the seat currently held...
When someone at the table asked if anyone was familiar with the actor Viggo Mortensen from “The Lord of the Rings” movies, I raised my hand enough just to get noticed, to answer his question, at our table of...
Certainly, we've all done this one during a job interview.
The strangest dream I ever had happened one night during my sophomore year of high school.But first, before I recount the dream, a little bit of background information:(1) My favorite band at the time was Queen.
Whether or not I am too old for go karts, with evidence to suggest that I just might be, has been on my mind since a couple weeks ago.Oh, say it ain't so!And now I will explain myself.
Years of digesting old horror films, coupled with poor late-night dietary habits, leave me susceptible to nightmares.
I had another column lined up and was putting the finishing touches on it when my content manager came into the newsroom and delivered the shocking news that a coworker had passed away.
Soon, Paint Creek will complete its first year of providing fire and EMS coverage to the city of Hillsboro.