What’s in a Name?

Jack of all Trades: Dating to the 14th century, this phrase describes a person who is skilled in many areas, which in most cases would be a compliment.

The Riderless Horse

On the Thursday night after Log Cabin Days at 8:30pm, I was watching the Cleveland Guardians on TV. I received a phone call from my driver who worked a very long day.

A Man and the Birds

You can’t have your cake and eat it too dates back at least to a book by John Heywood in the 1500s, meaning “you can’t have it both ways.”

A Spirit of Giving

You can’t have your cake and eat it too dates back at least to a book by John Heywood in the 1500s, meaning “you can’t have it both ways.”

How did that get started?

You can’t have your cake and eat it too dates back at least to a book by John Heywood in the 1500s, meaning “you can’t have it both ways.”

A Teacher’s Influence

I have my own teacher heroes, but there’s another teacher who has been a great inspiration to me. His name is Guy Doud. Guy was named National Teacher of the Year 1986–87.

America’s Birthday

I WAS BORN on July 4, 1776, and the Declaration of Independence is my Birth Certificate. The bloodlines of the world run in my veins, because I offered freedom to the oppressed.

In Flanders Fields and the Poppy

From 1914 to 1918, World War I took a greater human toll than any previous conflict, with some 8.5 million soldiers dead of battlefield injuries or disease.

The Fondness of Grandparents

Jon Vezner, songwriter husband of country singer Kathy Mattea, shared a story for many years about his grandparents being in the hospital at the same time.

Discover Crawford County Council on Aging

Hey Seniors! Are you aware of all the activities and services available in Crawford County via the Crawford County Council on Aging? We’ve been checking it out and there are many things you might not be aware of. Activities, under the direction of Courtney Moody,…