NEW CASTLE —
NEW CASTLE —
It's always a tragedy when I have to cover a drowning for The News. I hope I never have to go to Kennedy Mills again for this purpose. It is located at the bottom of a twisty, turning hill on Frew Mill Road.
I never know when a blog moment may happen. This recent blog moment occurred during the Rockin’ the River concert at the Cascade Riverplex.
There's no doubt that as a child, I was way ahead of my time. When Mom made fried chicken, I would always ask, "I want the two legs sticking up."
I was sitting in church on Sunday when Rita and Tom came in and sat a few rows ahead of me.
Rita is perfect. She walks perfect, talks perfect, sings perfect, smiles perfect, her hair is always perfect, and she dresses perfect.
I was one of the 7,000 people who attended the River City Brass concert on July 3 at Westminster College. One of the songs that I especially liked was "Shenandoah," which was beautifully sung by the Rev. Nathan Louden.
I've always had a problem with accepting change. So when a company changes something about its product, it drives me nuts. My latest rampage is the select-a-size paper towels. I hate them.
The first thing I do every morning, after performing some bodily functions, is shave. Last week during my shaving time, I heard the sound of pots and pans tumbling to the floor.