The Forest Bearcats captured the 2018 Scott County basketball tournament Saturday Night with a... READ MORE
Senate Bill 2607 would offer cities relief by expediting the rapid cleanup of rundown properties. It would allow cities to clean small parcels of rundown property less than one acre in size for which the city spends $250 or less. It would allow up to four cleanings a year for cities with populations of 25,000 or more.
We watched a trail ride slide by out front of the house Sunday afternoon. There is something kind of peaceful about watching the horses, and wagons, and all their riders meandering down a dirt road.
At some time in the future, the Vietnam War will go down in History as the most altruistic war ever fought.
Most, if not all, wars are wars of conquest — to enslave people or to take their land, natural resources, food, or treasure. Except, the Vietnam War.
I suppose it’s all up to the ole groundhog at this point. Winter, that is. Of course we’ve still got a little over a week before Groundhog Day and “officially” knowing what to expect for the next six weeks, but after the last half-a-month or so I’m hoping more than ever before that Punxsutawney Phil doesn’t see his shadow this year.