Over the weekend, about a quarter of a million motorcycle riders have been gathered at Sturgis, South Dakota, for an annual rally that has been going on — and growing bigger — for the last eight decades or so.
I knew I would never have gone on that hike if I’d known how bad it would get. And I was so glad I hadn’t missed it.
President Donald Trump on Saturday deferred payroll taxes and replaced an expired unemployment benefit with a lower amount after negotiations with Congress on a new coronavirus rescue package collapsed. The next round of federal assistance could include resuming a supplemental pandemic feder…
This coming week is our anniversary week as it’s bookended by our dating and wedding anniversaries. That’s right, we celebrate each other and our relationship for a week.
I love malapropisms. That’s when someone mixes up commonly used phrases or words that sound similar to what they intended.
This is a rerun. However, given the nature of our recent rioters — I think it’s still timely. The original title was, “Where do they get this silly stuff?”
Most of us misunderstand breathing. We see it as passive, something that we just do. Breathe, live; stop breathing, die. But breathing is not that simple. How we breathe matters, too.
I urge you to check out PCT’s Facebook page for some incredible performances. There will be more posted in the weeks ahead, so keep checking back.
Thursday marked two years that I’ve been the managing editor for The Paris News, and what a ride it’s been.
The governance of our town should not be a game of chess, but often it appears that is exactly what is happening.
This is all so far out there, it’s the equivalent of wearing underpants on your head and proclaiming yourself the king of Belgium.
There’s a helluva big difference between debunked and massively flawed theoretical studies, and in-the-trenches/boots-on-the-ground tactical learning with real doctors and real patients and positive outcomes.
As the comet makes its way out of our night skies, I plan on continuing my efforts to witness this once in a lifetime event. If the clouds keep rolling in, that’s fine. At least I will be able to say that I tried.
If Covid-19 is not going to go away, we all better stop being stubborn and do whatever it takes to not catch this thing and give it to others. Pretending it can’t happen just doesn’t cut it.
The U.S. and Texas governments don’t need Americans to wear a mask to determine who’s willing to comply. If you’ve got a driver’s license in your pocket, the government already knows.
Paris’s boards and commissions have been transitioning this month, saying farewell to retiring members and welcoming new ones.
We’ve added several words/phrases to our lexicon in 2020, and guess what folks, the year’s not over yet.
More years ago than I care to count, I had the opportunity to visit the Trinity Test Site on the White Sands Missile Range deep in the New Mexico desert. The site is only open twice a year, typically in April and October.
I was a cartoon fanatic. I watched shows on Disney Channel, Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon. Wherever there was a cartoon, I was watching it.
Cancel culture is as old as society itself. It just moves electronically-fast these days and reaches incredibly more people, and even if there were no such thing as the internet anymore, it’s never going to go away.
Everything that is happening today in regards to the virus, the resulting economy uncertainty and the measures to slow its spread has happened before. We’re just so spoiled by modern day life we didn’t think it could happen to us.