Cheaper by the Dozen Opening Thursday Opening night for Cheaper by the Dozen is Thursday! My, how time flies! Spring productions have a shorter rehearsal schedule and it is just a speeding train rocketing down the tracks to the finish line. This show is going to be amazing and you DON’T want to miss it.
by Stacey Embry,Director, Morgan County Library Trying Not to Lose My Job The search for positivity continues. There is a theory that we are living in a computer simulation. Seriously, if you have not heard about this, big names are talking about it: Nick Bostrom, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Frank Wilczek, and, yep, even that Musk
by Bryan E. Jones, Publisher New Generation, New Art, Old Inspiration What’s old is new again, as the saying goes. It’s amusing to me, for example, when a member of the younger generation excitedly mentions a song they assume was composed and sung for the first time by some modern pop artist not much older
by Stacey Embry,Director, Morgan County Library It’s Our Fault A couple of weeks ago I mentioned Elon Musk and Twitter. Remember my disgust at his $2.64 billion he spent on a stake in Twitter? He must have heard me and, with a grin and a ton of money, said “Watch this.” This week, Musk purchased
by Pastor Joe Lietzke, New Revival Center, Versailles If you ladies will allow me, I would like to give you a tidbit of knowledge based on my experience and God’s word. God has given me a wonderful wife for almost 50 years. I do admit I am sometimes bad about teasing her, which is often
by Bryan E. Jones, Publisher Perpetrating a Kindness There’s something very humbling about eating in a restaurant and, when the time comes to ask for the bill, being informed by the smiling waitress your meal has already been paid by another customer. Having this unexpectedly occur is made even more intriguing when the “person or