A Cup of Coffee with Windy Williams and a Poem

By Slim Randles Just having a cup of coffee with Windy Wilson can sometimes be educational. Today? Well… Alphonse Wilson here, just celebratin’ a nice day with poetry. So you’re prolly askin’ yourself, how do you go about writin’ a poem Windy? See, you just gotta sling yerself into a artistical mood. You know, likeContinue reading “A Cup of Coffee with Windy Williams and a Poem”

Whispers of a Good Life

By Slim Randles The evening was one of those that come back to you time after time, year after long year. It comes back and whispers of how good life can be when you’re well fed, enjoying life, and a good friend shares the front porch with you on a summer’s evening. It was thatContinue reading “Whispers of a Good Life”

Don’t Miss Celebrating Mother’s Day

By Dr. Glenn Mollette Celebrate Mother’s Day anyway you can but don’t miss the opportunity to honor mom. The opportunities pass us by. While mom is alive is the time to do something for her. Too often someone dies, and we want to make sure we attend their funeral and buy flowers. We talk aboutContinue reading “Don’t Miss Celebrating Mother’s Day”

U.S. Senators Manchin, Capito, Wicker, Casey, Heinrich and Grassley lead bipartisan resolution designating April 18-24 as National Osteopathic Medicine Week

Press release U.S. Senators Joe Manchin (D-WV), Roger Wicker (R-MS), Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV), Bob Casey (D-PA), Martin Heinrich (D-NM) and Chuck Grassley (R-IA) led a bipartisan resolution designating this week, April 18-24, 2022, as National Osteopathic Medicine Week. The bipartisan resolution recognizes the service and dedication of doctors of osteopathic medicine (DOs) and schoolsContinue reading “U.S. Senators Manchin, Capito, Wicker, Casey, Heinrich and Grassley lead bipartisan resolution designating April 18-24 as National Osteopathic Medicine Week”

We Don’t Give Much Concern to Axes These Days

By Slim Randles These days we don’t think much about axes. They’re kinda old fashioned and they are too closely associated with manual labor for them to be very popular. It’s a shame, too, because there is lore to an ax. There are proper and improper ways to sharpen one, for instance. There are properContinue reading “We Don’t Give Much Concern to Axes These Days”

Moderation, balance and rigid flexibility 

Dr. Glenn Mollette  Most doctors will encourage their patients to not overdrink alcohol. Too much might cause you to fall and impairs an individual’s ability to make good decisions or drive an automobile.  Going on a binge of anything may not be a positive decision. Giving up food for a day will make you sluggishContinue reading “Moderation, balance and rigid flexibility ”

Comedian #LouieAnderson Dies at 68

By Race Opell Only three days after announcing he had been hospitalized in Las Vegas for large B-cell lymphoma super funnyman Louie Anderson has died at 68. Anderson known for his bits about the ups and downs of his childhood experiences as one of eleven children in Minnesota was quick witted, beloved by millions, and asContinue reading “Comedian #LouieAnderson Dies at 68”

#WestVirginia lawmakers should level playing field for #ruralvoters

WV Press Release Sharing CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Rural West Virginians, whose voting age population traditionally turns out in lower numbers than their urban counterparts, could benefit from automatic voter registration and expanded voter access, according to a new report by the nonpartisan election policy group Secure Democracy USA.  The report, West Virginia’s Forgotten Voters: Rural Voters Need AccessibleContinue reading “#WestVirginia lawmakers should level playing field for #ruralvoters”