Sweetness as I remember my readers, and sorrow from knowing I will no longer have this outlet to complain.
Posted 1/30/18 (Tue) read more »
I had known of John Andrist my whole life. Upon actually getting to know the man, I regarded him as a parental surrogate of sorts.
Posted 1/23/18 (Tue) read more »
Flowing even more freely than the tears is the love.
Posted 1/16/18 (Tue) read more »
I would like to live within walking distance of a gym. At my current fitness level, that means the gym would have to be in my kitchen.
Posted 1/09/18 (Tue) read more »
Recent comments have become the jumping-off point for doing something to keep people engaged in our local newspapers.
Posted 1/02/18 (Tue) read more »
Several local examples illustrate how social media is changing our communities and threatening the important work that newspapers do.
Posted 12/19/17 (Tue) read more »
Liars do figure, whether in Bismarck or Washington.
Posted 12/12/17 (Tue) read more »
In my own personal and business spheres, and rippling out to our larger community and beyond, nothing stays the same forever.
Posted 12/05/17 (Tue) read more »
It is possible for nonassertive people to make a lasting first impression. It happened to me recently on the first day of my new job.
Posted 11/28/17 (Tue) read more »
I give thanks for my great readers. Writing columns for this paper has been an extreme pleasure.
Posted 11/21/17 (Tue) read more »