This is my 14th year, while working for newspapers, to provide coverage of high school graduations.
I generally pay no attention to 70th anniversary observances, saving up my energies for the 75-year “diamond jubilee” milestones.
Are we to the point now that normal people can fund projects that will change the future?
Delbert’s at it again. You know Delbert McLain, our local chamber of commerce? He’s the guy who wants to bring lots of people here so the place isn’t quite as nice as it is now.
The month of June brings a stream of graduation ceremonies and festivities. It is truly a rewarding and exciting time for graduates and their families as personal struggles are overcome and goals are reached.
It’s an event that is planned a year in advance, bringing thrill-seeking visitors to the Sunnyside area from near and far.
Students, faculty, family members and friends, it is my great honor to deliver your commencement speech today.
I’m beginning to think home ownership is over-rated.
Kudos to local citizens for calling on the city of Sunnyside to make sure our city’s portion of the old Yellowstone Highway is preserved.
The focus group broke up after an hour-and-a-half with laughter and full tummies and hugs and handshakes. Dewey got his tie clip caught on Mrs. Doc’s sweater as she hugged him, but that was his only physical disaster and it was a minor one.
...and call for the same from our distinguished dozen
Here in the Lower Valley we will honor our fallen next Monday on Memorial Day, as is right and proper.
Reportedly, a few bird brains asked the Sunnyside Planning Commission to consider revising the municipal code, the section that prohibits local folks from raising chickens within the city limits.
A commencement speaker at Point Park University urged graduates to brush their teeth.
I was one of those kids who did really well on standardized tests in school.
Since 1963, our nation has recognized the importance of small businesses to the economic success of America during National Small Business Week.