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My Home State

One night I was at a concert in downtown Nashville and a band I had never heard before was opening for the artist I had ... Read more

5 days ago by Jacob Hatcher.

Wishing Flowers

To the scientific world its taraxacum; to a country club greenskeeper its seeds blow in the breeze and plant themselves into every nightmare they have ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Jacob Hatcher.

Easter on the Farm

Cousin Bonnie has a basket in her hand and a big smile on her face. Her sister, Robbie, has what may be a potato sack. ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Jacob Hatcher.

Spring Break

When my siblings and I were children, we would usually end up at my Nana’s house during spring and summer breaks. At the time I ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Jacob Hatcher.

Andy Griffith

I was having lunch with a friend the other day and learned something that absolutely mortified me. He laid his confession there on the table ... Read more

1 month ago by Jacob Hatcher.

Quitting time    

A. Ray Lee  Columnist In my childhood days spent on a small cotton farm, we ordered our work according to “sun time” even after someone ... Read more

1 month ago by Rebekah Yancey.

For Beau

It’s not supposed to be this way. You’re not supposed to see your friends’ pictures on news articles about their four-year-old dying. You’re not supposed ... Read more

1 month ago by Jacob Hatcher.

The Picky Eater

When it comes to food, I’m basically a toddler. In most other areas of life I like to think I’ve transitioned fully into adulthood; I’ve ... Read more

1 month ago by Jacob Hatcher.

The Melody of Pages

It’s handy, having the world at our fingertips. Even though I lived it, it is hard to imagine there once was a time when we ... Read more

2 months ago by Jacob Hatcher.

Harbingers of Spring   

A. Ray Lee  Columnist  A few weeks ago, we shivered through an arctic blast of bone-chilling weather. At the time spring seemed far in the ... Read more

2 months ago by Rebekah Yancey.

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