John F. Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, was shot 50 years ago today. And as the memories, and the tributes and the chatter have flooded the country, there remains a mystique rarely seen with other public figures.
Dean Smith was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom on Wednesday, a very deserving honor for a man who shied from a spotlight that always seemed to find him anyway.
November is National Hospice and Palliative Care Month, a time for raising awareness of the benefits of hospice care.
Sportsmanship isn’t dead. But it sure has taken a beating of late.
This past week’s move to recognize our veterans who left high school early to enlist was a great decision.
Each year, there’s more to teach even if the class isn’t history. There’s new and improved ways for students to process the knowledge.
So while the signs change, the new tenants and owners settle in, and old friends depart, we make a simple encouragement. Enjoy the businesses of today and help them to tomorrow. And be ready for change.
The farmers are likely to suffer reduced profits, but for us, our price for corn may come down.
We’re going to be called upon to help, and we should respond as able. Our compassion for mankind will mark this tragedy with something positive.