Tossing diapers can’t be good karma

By Grant McGee: Local columnist There’s something great about a new morning on the High Plains. The sun has just come up, the air is still cool and fresh, birds are singing. It’s even better when it’s my day off and The Lady of the House hasn’t given me her chore list yet. This was […]

Some people leave world too soon

By Clyde Davis: Columnist It’s not usually the purpose of this column to raise, nor to attempt to answer, existential questions. I much prefer leaving the great, and unresolvable, issues of life to others with more space and more time. Like most of us in our contexts, my own life is more consumed with loving […]

Rank not important

By Anita Doberman: Columnist I recently went to a dinner party organized by a military spouses club. The food was very good and the evening was pleasant, until someone sitting at my table started talking about how we should separate enlisted men’s wives and officers’ wives into two distinct clubs. “Why?” I asked, and the […]

Mother’s Day lesson one to remember

By Judy Brandon: Local columnist One Mother’s Day many years ago, I got in trouble at church for talking during the Sunday morning service. I was sitting in the balcony of the old church at eighth and Hinkle. The church was packed that day, but Mother’s Day was not on my mind. I had just […]