Dear Editor,I wanted to compliment the recent pictures of the graduates of Meigs Local High School. Those were truly outstanding pictures showing great respect for themselves and their classmates.
May is a pretty special time of the year at our agency — it's Older Americans Month.
Three men of the church and I recently ministered on a mission trip to the Philippines April 23-30.
My path frequently intersects that of some who confide that they really want more of God in their lives.
Do you like working puzzles? I do, and I especially enjoy solving a type of puzzle called a maze.
At this time of year birds are singing, bees are buzzing and softballs and baseballs are flying all over the place.
“Hon, look out!”That's all I remember shouting as my wife and a few other folks ducked for cover at Appalachian Power Park in downtown Charleston.
Journey long on the trail of relationship with God and you'll quickly notice that not everyone's feet tread the path exactly the same as yours.
In May, we recognize Older Americans Month to acknowledge older Americans and their contributions to the nation.
I was making my way very well along Franklin Street in downtown Baltimore when, unexpectedly, Franklin Street ran out.Where was I supposed to go next?
One of my favorite fruits to eat is grapes, but do you know how grapes are grown?
It's a shame that some men demand that other men call them “Reverend.” It's even more of a shame that other men will do so, with so little thought given to what they are saying
The number “35” was tossed around quite a bit at Tuesday night's 69th annual Mason County Area Chamber of Commerce Spring Dinner.