Unless you bought this issue of The Jefferson Herald off the counter on Thursday, you’re probably reading it on Friday.
Back in middle school, we used to spend our free moments pondering the big questions of life.
This fall, after living 73 years in a farming community, I finally did some farming.
Many, many hours of broadcast time and rolls of newsprint have been expended on which political party will control the U.S. Senate after the November general election.
I’m not sure how I ended up with a whistle around my neck Monday evenings at Kelso Park.
Wait, I know — I took it away from my wife because I felt she wasn’t blowing it nearly enough.
The U.S. Secret Service has had a bad run in the past couple of years, and failures in recent weeks have only added to the poor record.
INDIANOLA — Staci Appel says the United States should “always” fight foreign conflicts and terror with friends standing by the nation’s side.