Political warriors are emerging from all nooks and crannies of the national woodwork to claim their rightful places in upcoming big races.
Caps, gowns and neat woodpiles
Graduations are a time of celebration; a time of enjoying a sense of accomplishment; a time of inspiration for the future; a commencement, a beginning, if you will, of the rest of one’s life.
The other day a professor of journalism called and asked me to give his class my views on the role of “Talk Radio” in contemporary America.
Big time golf returns
This weekend’s “Patty Sheehan and Friends” ladies’ golf tournament on the Hidden Valley Country club course is a tribute to local golfer Patty and her committee.
Writing America’s ‘bucket list’
It is only fitting that we Americans pay homage to our fallen soldiers on Memorial Day, but we should take that sign of respect one step further and develop a “bucket list” for the United States.
Lest we forget
Back in the day, when patriotism was a public entertainment, they called this holiday “Decoration Day,” and it was largely observed by widows and relatives of soldiers, killed in battle in the civil war.
Happenings in Rural Nevada
If I didn’t know better, I’d think there was something in the water: Horse laugh: The smartest move at the state Legislature — and how many times do I use “smartest” and “Legislature” in the same sentence during the year — is to shelve AB 329, which redefines “wild life” in Nevada to exclude wild horses and burros.
The Camels Are Coming!
The annual Virginia City Camel Races, which will be held on Sept. 9 through 11 this year, promise to be fully reinvigorated in presentation and promotion.
Memorial Day and Seven Purple Hearts
The creaking elevator barely made it up the old four-story building. But finally, after clawing itself to the top floor, the lift shook, bounced, grunted and, with the great awareness of satisfaction and accomplishment, it landed. The large green metal doors gradually, almost reluctantly, separated. Two polite, Rubenesque nurses entered the elevator, smiled and informed my parents that “Everything would be alright.” Then, on the double, they s...