Greg "Red" Randolph was a larger-than-life hero to his younger brothers.
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Each February I used to grow what I called a 60-degree beard. It was my own stupid, uncharitable spin on No-Shave November. On Feb. 1, I’d stop shaving, and I wouldn’t pick up a razor again until the temperature touched 60 degrees.
In The Herald Bulletin's daily online poll, a vast gap in opinions about Donald Trump appears whenever we've posed a question about his comments, policies, actions or behavior.
In Mike Pence's remaining days as vice president, our nation will turn to him and his leadership. He has the weight of the world on his shoulders but can be our unifier. Like Ronald Reagan, he can restore our reputation as the shining city on the hill, both at home and abroad.
The Herald Bulletin's annual fund drive to help the Salvation Army serve local families was different this time around. The $15,000 goal was exceeded with two weeks still remaining in the campaign, which began Thanksgiving Day.
Community newspapers have the responsibility of reporting news as it happens. Just as importantly, newspapers provide larger context that puts the news in perspective.
After we got past Y2K, 2020 towered like a beacon of light, attracting the moths of prognostication. Twenty years before, the 20/20 promise of perfect vision was simply too enticing to ignore.
In this column 50 weeks ago, I announced my resolution for 2020: Grow politically. It would have been easier if I'd resolved to grow a third arm.
Daniel Roseberry, 37, of Markleville, may be one of the few undecided voters in the upcoming presidential election.
You hear it more than ever these days. Somebody professes to be dumbfounded by the very idea that someone can be a supporter of the (take your pick) political party and still claim to be a Christian.