In a World Divided, We Need a Nation United
- March 22, 2023
A yellowed newspaper clipping held in place by a magnet greets me each time I open the refrigerator door. I don’t take the time to read it each time, but its presence serves as a reminder of something that should never be taken for granted or forgotten. Its contents read: “A Marine was taking college
The four-day football feast served up by the Thanksgiving weekend provided some savory treats to snack upon. There were upsets; Michigan over Ohio State, South Carolina surprising Clemson, and Texas A&M sending Brian Kelley’s LSU troops back to the Bayou with a 38-23 loss that ended the team’s chances of an NCAA Final Four appearance.
Similar to the unwelcomed mid-November snowstorm, the winter scholastic sports season has arrived before we knew it. Coming on the heels of very successful football and soccer campaigns for several area schools, the 2022-23 high school basketball season tips off with a bevy of games this weekend. As they sometimes manage to do with their
Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours! Perhaps this tradition-laden late November remembrance is coming at a good time for all of us. Things have not been going all that well in Uncle Sam’s land. Prices are up, long-held traditions are down, social divides are escalating, and not a whole lot of folks can say they