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Publisher’s Point: Getting Bitten By The 5K Bug

When I was a kid, running, even barefoot, was about as natural as breathing. Then I got hit hard with...
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Publisher’s Point: 9/11 Fifteen Years Later

In a few days, it will have been 15 years since the day that 19 jihadists changed life in America...
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Publisher’s Point: How Long Will Hillary Be Held Up?

What I mean by the question is not, how long ‘til every obstacle in the way of a Clinton presidency...
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The Saga of “Good Sam The Neighbor”

Anthony Lindner moved here from Tennessee about six years ago to be nearer to his family. He had retired from...
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Publisher’s Point: An Open Letter To Chief David Brown

Dear Chief Brown, I have literally cheered this week as I have watched you handle an impossibly tragic situation, one...
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Publisher’s Point: Glad Days And Sad Days

On June 22nd, 2016, around 125 people gathered in the upper floor of the Center for Lifelong Learning to celebrate...
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Publisher’s Point: Taking The Pulse Of The Pulse

As is fitting, the massacre that occurred at the Pulse in Orlando on June 12th is dominating the media, our...
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Publisher’s Point: Why Have A Why?

Do you have a “why?” Do you know why you should have a “why?” What in the world is a...
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Publisher’s Point: Another Chance To Bless Our First Responders

In 2015, in response to his own and others’ outrage over the execution of two New York cops while they...
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Publisher’s Point: A Little Child Shall Lead Them

On Wednesday, in the middle of talking on the phone with one of my columnists and tweaking her piece for...
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Publisher’s Point: Curiouser And Curiouser, Part 2

I have a feeling, in this inarguably bizarre Presidential election season, that the idea of “Curiouser and Curiouser” may end...
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Publisher’s Point: Miracles From Heaven, A “Beam” Of Hope

A week ago, my family and I took a 10-year-old girl who is like family to us to see Miracles...
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Publisher’s Point: Just Missin’ Jimmy

Athens City Councilman Jimmy Gill has gone home for good, having fought a long and brave battle with cancer. He...
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Publisher’s Point: The True Hope Of Spring

I have been reflecting back on the fact that it has been five years to the day that I began...
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Publisher’s Point: “Curiouser And Curiouser”

My birth name is Alice, and as a kid I was often teased in a friendly manner by folks who...
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Publisher’s Point: The Miracle Of “Mega-shift”

Want some really good news? Want to know what is going on outside our country that should make you shout,...
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Publisher’s Point: Slavery Revisits The South Along Interstate 20

When I was in Iraq, I was required to take training with regard to recognizing and reporting human trafficking. It...
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Publisher’s Point: On The Prevention Of Perishing

As is the case with just about any type of publication in January, the prevailing theme is some kind of...
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Publisher’s Point: The Courage Of Dr. Carson

Dr. Ben Carson is a true American hero, one about whom I have already written in this column. Whether or...
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Publisher’s Point: The Slovaks In The Season Of The Savior

In November, I wrote about a wonderful and necessarily hush-hush operation simply known as the Nazarene Fund. It has many...
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