Tim Preston: Waking up to a kitchen cabinet full of raccoon: 11/27/13
A few weeks have passed since the now-famous incident involving a wayward raccoon that came crashing through our bedroom ceiling.
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And, once again, it’s Thanksgiving. I propose we put aside our Christmas gift lists, discussions of the Kmart boxer shorts commercial and plans for holiday decorating and enjoy Thursday for its original intent — a time to break bread with and share the company of family and friends.
Keith Kappes: Praying for strength: 11/25/13
“God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; courage to change the things I can; and wisdom to know the difference.”
TIM PRESTON: Dumpling talk, barbershop talk and ghosts in downtown Ashland
I’ve heard so much discussion about “good” chicken and dumplins that I must confess I’m ready to abandon the classic country dish in favor of a few plates of barbecue or bacon.
RONNIE ELLIS: Recalling the day JKF died
Weekly state political column from CNHI's Ronnie Ellis.
Carrie Stambaugh: Sausage soothes the soul: 11/22/13
Food is essential to life, but the meals that sustain our bodies often do even more for our souls.
Mark Maynard: Getting back in parade: 11/21/13
I can’t remember the last time I was in the Ashland Christmas Parade.
Dan Duncan: Let me tell you about my best friend: 11/21/13
His name was Edward Speaks, but everyone except telemarketers, it seemed, called him Nat.
George Wolfford: Late pastor's Bird Man tale has Hollywood, historic drama: 11/21/13
A week ago Wednesday, funeral services were conducted for the Rev. Curtis McComis, 93, a colorful and respected Southern Baptist minister.
John Cannon: Still stuck in last century: 11/20/13
I continue to prove time and again just what a difficult time I am having leaving the 20th century.
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