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Through The Lens: The Adventure of Catfish Jack and Crow Part 4

July 7, 2020 If you remember from last week, my friend Samuel Clemens was telling me the story of Catfish Jack. As he sat next to me he began telling this story. more »»

Through The Lens: The Adventure of Catfish Jack and Crow Part 3

July 1, 2020 Samuel sat back in his chair enjoying his cigar as he began telling his story once again. He remembered of Crow’s cousin, Birdy and how he had found them a cow hide to cover their wooden fish. more »»

Through The Lens: The Adventure of Catfish Jack and Crow Part 2

June 24, 2020 If you remember last week, my old friend Samuel stopped by as I was relaxing in the late evening’s sun on the porch. more »»

Through The Lens: The Adventure of Catfish Jack and Crow (Part 1)

June 17, 2020 Sometime back, a friend asked if I had heard any more river stories about Catfish Jack. He was referring to Jack Winkles, the expert catfish hunter. more »»

Through The Lens: Pomp and Circumstance

June 10, 2020 The Coronavirus has changed many of the activities we once thought of as typical. I’ll bet there is not one of you reading this column who has not said, “I wish things would return to normal. more »»

Through The Lens: In Search Of The Green Dragon

May 13, 2020 Long before the Lord of the Rings or The Game of Thrones were commonly known, there was the story of the Guardians of the Green Dragon. more »»

Through The Lens: Albert’s Reflection

May 5, 2020 I have to confess that during my home confinement, I have discovered my IQ has increased. Well, at least I feel like I have become a little smarter. more »»

Through The Lens: Wish of the Dandelions

April 21, 2020 Our stay at home lifestyle due to the virus gives us a chance to enjoy the greening of this season’s trees and plants. more »»

Through The Lens: I Need Your Help

April 14, 2020 For several months I have been researching our community’s history in regards to subjects that I have an interest in writing about. Now, here’s the part where I need your help. more »»

Through The Lens: Ramps and Dandelion Salad

April 7, 2020 Before a couple weeks ago, I figured if I heard the term, social distancing, it was because it is ramp season. more »»

Through The Lens: A Page In History

March 25, 2020 A few days ago, I came into town early. My goal was to go to the grocery store and pick up a few things Mary and I needed. more »»

Through The Lens: Influenza And History

March 11, 2020 Recently, I saw someone with a medical mask covering their face. more »»

Through The Lens: From My Cold Dead Hands

February 26, 2020 My story this week is titled “From My Cold Dead Hands”. You may now be thinking this column is about our Second Amendment rights to own a firearm. more »»

Songs of Summer

February 18, 2020 If you were passing by the Lincoln Theater last Saturday night you would have heard the sounds of Beach Boy music. more »»

Through The Lens: High Crimes and Misdemeanors

February 11, 2020 Unless you have been living under the proverbial rock, you have heard the word “impeachment” a great many times recently. more »»

Through The Lens: Kiss Kiss

February 11, 2020 February has arrived and you know what that means, the Super Bowl game is over and Kansas City wo. more »»

Through The Lens: High Crimes and Misdemeanors

February 4, 2020 Unless you have been living under the proverbial rock, you have heard the word “impeachment” a great many times recently. more »»

Through The Lens: Bundleman Pt. 4

January 29, 2020 In the morning light, the station came to life with the comings and goings of people. Patrick worked up the courage to ask one of the station workers about the address on the tattered letter. more »»

Through The Lens: Bundleman Pt. 3

January 21, 2020 Patrick’s trip was uneventful as the train moved toward its destination. The ticket he purchased gave the train workers the ability to keep him on the right tracks. more »»

Through The Lens: Bundleman Pt. 2

January 15, 2020 As morning light arrived, the cargo ship’s engines began to slow upon entering New York Harbor. The small man was now surrounded by those he’d left sleeping just a few hours before. more »»

 
 
 

 

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