Good Sunday afternoon, Table Talk friends and neighbors. It is a cool day here on the ridge. There is no sun shining on the outside of our home. It’s just
This week is Teacher Appreciation Week. Thank a teacher for his or her work. They hold the future for us. Thank you to all teachers for bringing knowledge and knowhow
Go Go Gophers #3 It’s really about time some progress started getting made in Woods-field. I know I haven’t been around all that long, but I get awful tired of
Warmer weather is on its way which means the Monroe Theatre will be a more comfortable venue for special events in the coming months. No restoration has been completed as
One of the first things I do as I start to write each article is to check the date on which it will appear in the paper. I am shocked!
Oh, let’s leave a basket of flowers today for the little old lady who lives down our way. We’ll heap it with violets white and blue, with a Jack in
In the 1970s, “greasing” was a well-documented and nasty ritual in the underground coal mining culture involving veteran and new miners. It generally occurred at the end of the shift
45 Years Ago Kiwanis Club Holds Sixteenth Annual Scholarship Banquet~Pins and certificates were awarded by high school principals, Larry E. Reich, Beallsville; Harry E. Mallett, River; Paul R. Ring, Skyvue;
Gene and Penny Turner have returned home after helping their daughter and son-in-law, Cari and Rick Russell move into their new home in Bettendorf, Iowa. They were previously in Helena,
Good evening from our home to yours. Happy Easter. As you are reading my talk around the table this week, and yes I did wish you all a happy Easter.