By Brian Whitmore
Covering Clinton City Council’s meeting on Monday was like watching the Atlanta Falcons — you start out with high expectations, but in the end nothing is accomplished.
Having turned 66 on Sunday, I am mindful of seeing some of my favorite rock artists in concert before they - uh - die. I’m mindful because of the deaths last month of Eddie Money at age 70 (The Money Man - “Take Me Home Tonight”) and Ric Ocasek at age 75 (The Cars - “You Might Think I’m Crazy”).
My Eddie Money CD is so worn it doesn’t play right anymore -- it’s great traveling music.
I have taken some criticism here for a defense of trees - cutting trees for profit, and expressing concern about companies that process trees. Truth is, because of a personal experience, I am skittish whenever I see a logging truck.
Live PD brought us together.
Marett is the youngest of our four grandchildren and the only girl. Faithful readers will find this hard to believe, but I have trouble relating to females. I’m such a guy’s guy and all.
“No basis for the generalized fear of people with a mental illness”
Study: Less than one-third of mass violence
Back in my days, I have to admit it, I was a sports parent.
By BRIAN WHITMORE
You’re about to read some good things about President Donald J. Trump in a newspaper.
BY BRIAN WHITMORE
Remember as a kid that thrill you got when you found an Easter egg.
I’ve got that feeling again.