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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

7 hours 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

7 hours 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

10 hours 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

4 days 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

4 days 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

2 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

2 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

3 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

3 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

3 weeks ago by Judy Moore.

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