All the people of Paris and Lamar County are encouraged to be a part of the annual Day of Prayer on Thursday, either by joining the prayer walk or by taking time to pray wherever you are.
He was wearing dinosaur socks when I met him. Cute, colorful socks — the kind that make you smile.
As the 2015 Lamar and Delta County Toys for Tots Campaign comes to a close, I want to say how inspirational this year has been.
It’s funny — in the real world, as well as cartoons — how names “catch on.”
Who knows where the time goes? Although 2015 is almost in the books, you can still make some year-end investment and financial moves that may help you get off to a good start in 2016. Here are a few suggestions:
Ninety-eight percent of Americans are descendents of immigrants.
“Love the Coopers” is a mess of a film, considering its talented cast. It feels like someone had a good idea for a sitcom and then decided to throw it into a two-hour movie. But director Jessie Nelson, who did “I Am Sam” and “Stepmom,” should have known better. It has the unfortunate gimmick of a narrator, that serves mostly as a distraction. If this is our holiday comedy, we‘re in trouble.
The holidays are upon us. Your anticipation is overwhelming and you are wondering how you will cope with the approaching holiday season.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner. And like all holidays, this one has plenty of traditions, such as Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade (started in 1924) and football (the first broadcast Thanksgiving Day game was played between the Detroit Lions and the Chicago Bears in 1934). Traditions are important, and you may want to establish some in one of the key activities of your own life: investing.
Most folks whose age is within a quarter-century of my Uncle Mort’s 103-plus years are happy to be moving at all. A few are willing to catch falling stars, tickled at the prospect of experiencing one final “whoosh,” even if pointed downward.