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Taking the fight to Parkinson’s

April 12, 2018 The Southside Times

Rock Steady Boxing provides participants tools to combat Parkinson’s disease By Jeremy Dunn It is a beautiful Friday afternoon. The sun is shining and, for one moment, the temperature is behaving as it should in […]


PMHS students: All in the same boat

April 12, 2018 Manda Newlin

Perry Meridian High School’s first annual Cardboard Boat Race brought out teams of up to 5 students each to race handcrafted boats across the indoor pool. The caveat? The boats were constructed entirely (and creatively) […]


What the interrobang?!?!

April 12, 2018 Curtis Honeycutt

Welcome to the golden age of outrage. If you’re finishing a 3-year social media cleanse, I’ve got some bad news for you: People are ticked off. They’re ticked — royally — about pretty much everything: […]


When a beloved pet passes on …

April 12, 2018 Rick Hinton

People who lose a beloved pet might compare the pain to grieving a family member. Today, I’m feeling the pain, and I expect to for some time. Last Saturday, my wife, Laura, and I had […]


Romancing the garden cucumber

April 12, 2018 Wendell Fowler

My heart radiates with wonder and awe when my hands are dirty from tilling warm Mother Earth, planting, pruning, spreading manure, anticipating, harvesting and eagerly consuming sun-drenched, highly nourishing gifts from creation’s garden apothecary. Thank […]

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Andrew Angle


April 9, 2018 Andrew Angle

The wise old proverb, “Too Soon Old. Too Late Smart.” has European origins from umpteen years ago and reminds us to put more “smart” into our lives before we get “old”. First, let me invite […]