The boiling sun had just begun to melt the blue-green water of the Gulf into a copper spill. A gull wheeled and screed at Jason. He cast the sand flea far out into the surf and began to wait.
I peeled off my shirt and sat back to watch. I don't have to fish every time I go fishing. I was still full of shrimp and stuff and a solid eight hours sleep still had me slightly groggy. I sipped my iced orange juice and watched Jason fish.
There's a little boy in every man, and nothing brings it out quicker than the sight of a toy from childhood.
Does it seem possible that Christmas is only a week and a day away? I hope you have finished your shopping by now and all you have left to do is wrap presents.
When the longtime Lebanon resident heard about a local church's outreach ministry that had lost the services of its delivery truck, he knew he needed to lend his voice.
Two armed suspects dashed into the Mt. Juliet SaveALot Thursday evening pointing guns at employees and demanding cash.
The meeting room at Laguardo Utility District (LUD) was jam-packed Tuesday night, Dec. 15 when about 40 of the district's water customers came to the regular board meeting to vent about problems they've been having with their water and to ask the board for answers.
Christmas wishes of 1,200 area seniors will come true today thanks to the annual Be a Santa to a Senior initiative led by Home Instead Senior Care.
Wilson County District 5 Commissioner Jerry McFarland became aware of the needs of Hancock County residents after they endured a flood in 1977 - while he was serving as State Civil Defense Director.
Hancock County is one of the poorest counties in the state - with 93 percent of students registered for the free or reduced lunch program.
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