Certified Instructor, Deb Walter will lead a six weeks program for those with arthritis. The program is designed to educate individuals on successful physical activity for people with arthritis. The class also addresses how to […]
Kathy Bates, a floral designer at Rebel Hill Florist, is the 2012 winner of the Charles Owen Memorial Scholarship Trophy awarded by the Central Tennessee Professional Florist Association (CTPFA). Bates won the trophy based […]
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Kenny Howell Managing Editor Diane Black and Susan Lynn scored big victories on Election Day Thursday.
He was minding his own business, meandering down the road between Jerusalem and Samaria. When he got as far as Jericho, he discovered a man who had been beaten, stripped, robbed, and left for dead by thieves. He had noticed two men of the clergy pass the man by on their journey as he approached. The first one moved over to the other side of the road. The second actually looked at the man; maybe a quasi inspection. But then he likewise made haste to get to the other side.
I got to thinking recently after having a very long and interesting conversation with my 87 year old Father-N-Law. Speaking with him is like listening to a real life encyclopedia. The more I listen the more I want to learn and hear. It has been a wonderful revelation and life changing experiences for me for the better.