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Nancy Langhorne: A woman of paradox

When I decide on a person in history to do a profile on, anticipation and excitement are at the forefront of my research process. While ... Read more

1 week ago by Judy Moore.

Building relationships

With current media avenues, you can almost know in real-time when a person is in or out of a relationship with someone. I was first ... Read more

1 week ago by Guest Columnist.

Beets, carrots can fill empty spots in the summer garden

As you’re enjoying your garden’s delicious bounty, you may notice a few empty spots in the garden from the earliest crops you harvested. The turn ... Read more

1 week ago by Katharine Wilson.

Make your life the best Super Bowl ad of all time

A young salesman was disappointed about losing a big sale. As he talked with his sales manager he lamented, “I guess it just proves you ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Rev. J. Cameron Bailey.

It’s time for tomatoes

July may be brutally hot, but the bounty of tomatoes this time of year helps compensate for the heat. I eat a tomato sandwich almost ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Katharine Wilson.

COLUMN — Curing and storage guidelines for long-lasting crops

It takes a lot of time and effort to grow potatoes, sweet potatoes, garlic and onions in your garden, and to make the most of ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Guest Columnist.

COLUMN — What if God was the ice cream in our lives?

“We thank You, God, we thank You- Your name is our favorite word; Your mighty works are all we talk about (Psalm 75:1, MSG).” I ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Guest Columnist.

Dried herbs add flavor to meals year round

As I try my best to patiently wait for my garden’s tomatoes to blush and pepper varieties to turn from green to red and yellow, ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Guest Columnist.

Allow God to lead you out of the comfort zone

“The comfort zone is a nice place, but nothing grows there.” — Caroline Cummings. Who doesn’t love to be comfortable? We spend so much money ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Guest Columnist.

The Harlem Renaissance: ‘The African American Enlightenment’

We have heard of the Roaring Twenties. The Harlem Renaissance was a part of that period in American history. It was a time in which ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Judy Moore.

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