Business Advisory from the Fire Department, Winterize Sprinkler Systems, December 20 Special Called Council Meeting, and more . . .
It could’ve been entitled “A Snapshot of Small Town America: A Short Film Suitable for All Ages.” Admission was free — free for all who had taken the time to sit, sip, and simply watch the show.
Several days ago, a 15-year-old young lady said that she hadn’t decided what to give up for Advent. After a brief discussion, we clarified the fact that she had confused Advent with Lent. However she wasn’t exactly wrong.
Anyone who has ever taken a course on how to use a computer program of one kind or another knows how, during the presentation, unexpected problems can pop up.
Dr. William Petit stood on the steps of the New Haven Superior Court House in early November. A jury had just recommended the death penalty for one of the men who had assaulted and murdered his wife and daughters.
North Korea is not an easy issue. I’ve dealt with it since the early 1990s, beginning at the Center for Strategic & International Studies. I had few answers then, and I still have few today.
I come from a long line of know-it-alls. Honestly, on both sides of my family, we can pretty much tell you anything you need to know for we know it all. Or so we believe.
FT. BENNING – No matter the advances in equipment and tactics in a high-tech military world, in the end the ground troops, the foot soldiers, must close the deal.
Answers to your questions about life, religion and the Bible
Dear Father Paul: I am confused about all of the controversy in the church over gay clergy. Did not Jesus teach love, acceptance and inclusiveness?
Editor’s note: This is the first of two columns. The second column will run next week.
Every now and then a reader shares with me something they think I’d like to use for a column. I thank them kindly, but rarely write it.
Council workshop tonight (right before the Youth Council/PD Trivia Challenge!), meeting Thursday; reminder that, in Peachtree City, golf carts abound, but not allowed everywhere; toy drives, Jingle Bell Trail, soccer tournament, and Hometown Holiday this weekend.
Last Friday our local hospital had one of the busiest days ever. Teams of skilled surgeons performed 68 operations that ranged from minor to life-saving. I know this because I spent all day waiting on my best friend.
So, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is instituting new screening procedures for the flying public. One method involves a sort of X-ray that is apparently pretty revealing.
Count me as a conservative pleased at the results of the recent election, but fully expecting to be disappointed by my own Republican Party.