When the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks took place, the sports world shut down. It was a day beyond compare, and certainly nothing that has taken place since should ever diminish what occurred that fateful day.
This week my granddaughter’s volleyball team won their first game of the spring season. It was not a pretty win, but it was a win nevertheless and we cheered, jumped for joy and congratulated them.
I am suffering from what might be terminal curiosity. Maybe you or a reader can answer.
I might need to call the sheriff instead of write about this but, you’re reading this, aren’t you, Mr. Crenshaw? Yes? Great. I need to report an assault. It all started when I decided to splurge and buy myself a small bouquet of my favorite flowers from the grocery store a few weekends ago. The […]
Editor: Last year as my mom was in a local nursing center, I would often think about how some folks living there didn’t appear to have anyone to visit or show interest in their lives.
Willie: I need your help and hope you can reach out to the School District of Oconee County.
Editor: What a great announcement for the future of Oconee County: Oconee Winds.
Editor: What about the people who will be caught in the effects of climate change?