Today is Thursday, July 31, 2014

"My Bid" by Joe Biddle

Titans refute national media

The consensus among national media that cover the NFL is gloomy when it comes to the Titans.

Another losing season, they say. They forecast another season without making the playoffs. No surprise. The Titans haven’t gone there since 2008.

Questions abound in the SEC

Fun at Cumberland -- Part II

John Sloan - Outdoors

Elvin’s reality show

Elvin was confused. No, Elvin was scared. No, to be totally honest, Elvin was terrified.
    
The bear, later estimated to be between 9.5 and 10-feet tall and weighing about 1,000-pounds was neither of the three. He was hungry.

No need to hurry

Doldrums, dog days and just plain hot

Tommy Bryan - Sports

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Telling Tales

Let the list making begin...

A couple years ago I wrote an article that I often still hear about today. It had to do with my tendency to take down names...in sharpie. I'm not sure when or the how the practice first started, but at some point in my life my Oprah inspired gratitude journal went to hell in a hand-basket.

A quick wit and keen eye

Social Justice

Our Feathered Friends

Were You Raised in a Barn?

Were You Raised in a Barn?
Barn Swallow Babies

 

There was not a whole lot to be found this past Saturday morning as Anthony Gray and I went through the Cedars of Lebanon State Park on our usual bird foray.

Cliff Swallows on the Move

Hummers and More

Sabrina on the Scene

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Guest Column

Pay scale concerns raised for SLPs in WC Schools

I am writing in regard to the recent e-mail that I received from Mary Ann Sparks, director of Human Resources for Wilson County Schools, regarding the new pay scale that will be implemented for the 2014-2015 school year. I want to take a minute to advocate for our profession and the reasons why I feel like a base salary of $45,500 for a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) with no pay bumps, increases, etc., is unfair and not an appropriate pay rate for our profession.

Admiration turns to ‘shock and awe’ by terminations

A student's perspective on the Dr. Setterlund situation

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