On a regular basis, The Times-Gazette is the target, in print, of attacks, put-downs, insinuations and allegations by another local publication.
It was a slow day at work – New Year's Eve in 1997 I believe – and I didn't really have any stories lined up that day. So, I asked my boss at the time if it would be OK if I dropped in on Hillsboro Municipal Court, where a...
Not long ago, my dad said to me, “Math doesn't lie.”
Tuesday's Google Doodle is a Loch Ness Monster submarine and the text, “Looking for Nessie for 81 years.”I jumped on that.
“Suits,” a TV show on the USA network, is one of the shows Lora and I record to watch on weekends. Since we don't have much time to watch television during the week, we store up shows on the DVR and watch as time allows on...
The seeds were planted many years ago following a fatal accident after the Hillsboro High School prom. Not long thereafter a group of local people started holding a second dance immediately after the formal prom so kids would have a safe place to...
Rebellion, it seems, is a big part of our culture. After all, we wouldn't even have our country without the American Revolution. It's little wonder then that most of us are bred to be bold.
Through the years, I've found so many incredible stories tucked in between the covers of a book and there I've happily plunged headlong into whatever lies in those pages.
As much as it pains me to admit it, I'm not always right about everything.
There are moments in life when you clearly see the torch your generation once carried being passed to another generation. Such was the case last weekend when my family and I headed to Georgia to hang out with a bunch of people mostly from...
Voters in Hillsboro will decide this year who will lead the city as mayor for the next four-year term commencing in January 2016.On the Republican side, incumbent Drew Hastings is running unopposed in the GOP primary.
Have you ever noticed how many things come in threes?We have three-ring circuses and we give three cheers after a job well done. At a picnic, we might run in a three-legged race. Baseball players are out after three strikes.
You know when you come across something that knocks you in the chest for the realization of it? It could be a song or a note or a post on social media, and it's usually something pretty simple.
According to the constructs of political correctness, the most wonderful thing to celebrate in America today is diversity. Any town, any school, any organization, any government body that does not reflect diversity is lacking.
I'm not very good at pranks – which means Wednesday's April Fool's Day was nothing more than the first of the month for me.
The annual radio-telethon for the Highland County Society for Children and Adults raised more than $100,000 last Wednesday.