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The removing of the military from Afghanistan in abrupt form — and the changes that soon occurred and no doubt will continue — caused me profound sadness. Some have itemized our involvement … more
This month is a historic marker in the life of our Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway. It was October 2001 when the first portion of greenway opened between 20th and 25th streets in what would become … more
The seeds of leadership have been planted.I had the pleasure Thursday to participate in the kickoff of the 2021-22 Leadership Cleveland class. The class of 18 participated in team building and … more
Yesterday, I was getting on the interstate from an entrance ramp that I had never been on before.It was on the outskirts of a city, and the traffic was heavy, just like it is everywhere these days.It … more
October is the 10th month and the beginning of the season called autumn or fall. It's a time of harvest for those in agriculture and a time of contemplation for those who are beginning to develop a … more
  I’m not usually one to brag, but I’m making an exception this week. The staff at your Cleveland Daily Banner deserves it.   Although the staff deserves accolades … more
The renovations to our new home continue. We didn’t expect to be refinishing the floor. But when we tore up the flooring that was buckling and warping in the summer humidity, we discovered the … more
  Scarred by a year of harsh judgments from the sharp tongues of critics, and coming with a frequency like never before, there’s been a comfort in going home at day’s end to the … more
"Grumpy Old Men" was a hilarious movie starring Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon. It portrayed two old friends that were set in their ways and neither refused to budge an inch. It was a great … more
Math was never really my thing. I did fine in algebra in high school. But when my cluster of friends signed up for trigonometry, calculus and geometry, I headed back over to the agriculture … more
 Saturday marks our nation’s 49th annual National Hunting and Fishing Day.Signed as an official Presidential Proclamation by President Richard Nixon in 1972, NHFD is a great opportunity to … more
Monday marked the start of discussions regarding how Fiscal Recovery Funds from the American Rescue Plan will be spent here in Bradley County. There are a number of areas that we are still awaiting … more
      President Joe Biden’s vaccination mandate will be a giant pill to swallow for this country’s business owners and job creators already saddled with the … more
I have never been a gardener. This makes me feel like a misfit in my family. My mother is a wonderful gardener. She had an enormous vegetable garden in the suburbs before it became fashionable … more
  Word that a black bear had been spotted scampering across the road within two miles of our house, and that TWRA officers had recently extracted an alligator from a pond in an unidentified … more
“Change makes the world go round." No truer words have ever been uttered for our time.My dad, who I consider a brilliant man, would tell me as I was growing up that “wisdom comes with … more
I just saw the craziest thing.I’m out of town. And a couple of properties away from me, two men and a woman had been working at a house for an hour or so. I haven’t been actively watching them, … more
QR codes — those square boxes that can be scanned by your phone camera and will take you to an associated website — are gaining more and more popularity, especially as companies strive to give a … more
At this time of year we are in the process of welcoming cooler weather and the many festivals that are part of our community. This is also a great time to remember that to have a harvest, one must … more
On Saturday, our great nation and the world honored the nearly 3,000 lives lost when terrorists flew hijacked passenger jets into both World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon, while a third … more
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