MARK MAYNARD: Achieving outside the area
Editor Mark Maynard's weekly column.
John Cannon: He now loves saving time: 03/05/14
When I read that State Rep. Kevin Sinnette, D-Ashland, was calling for the elimination of daylight saving time in Kentucky, three questions and a few distant memories from my teenage years came to mind.
Enough snow already!
My friends have accused me of being a Pollyanna, that not only do I see the glass as half-full, I also see it continuously refilling itself.
Ideas about raising responsible children, youth
All parents want their children to grow up to be responsible, self-sufficient adults, but the transition from childhood to adulthood — the teenage years — can be rocky for parents and children.
'Old Friends' exhibit highlights favorite toys from the past
The Highlands Museum and Discovery Center is knee deep in spring cleaning, even though the forcast says “more snow ahead.”
Making light of the situation
The old sports writer wasn’t happy when the editor asked him to cover a high school band concert after another reporter became ill
03/02/2014 — Lee Ward: Bound by the pen in career choice
There is no escaping some things in life; I should have known being a writer is one of them.
Lana Bellamy: 2014 Oscars lack true competition: 2/28/14
According to the Los Angeles Times, this year’s Academy Awards could be the most interesting yet, with a three-way competition for the coveted best-picture title.
Mark Maynard: Hoosier award for Ashland native: 2/27/14
Received a call and email the other day from the sister of Woody Church, a 1962 graduate of Ashland High School who in December was awarded one of Indiana’s highest honors.
John Cannon: Dream gig: on state at Actors Theatre: 2/26/14
A few weeks ago, I realized something that had been a dream of mine since the days when I was a theater major at Morehead State Univeristy in the late 1960s: I was on stage for a performance at Actors Theatre of Louisville, one of the best regional theaters in the country.
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