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Why Journalism is *still* Important

Originally written in January of 2014

Journalism is not a dying field. This short piece was originally written as part of the application to the Al Neuharth Free Spirit and Journalism Conference. 504 more words


The Place of Promise

The Place of Promise

I find myself
Poised on the Edge
of a Promising Place.

A place You long ago
Promised I would be - 141 more words


March to Shiloh and Beyond - June 28

The morning began with sunshine and quickly disintegrated into grumpy clouds and later sheets of rain. We decided to take a dip into Mississippi (state not river) and drove to Corinth before heading up to Shiloh National Park. 593 more words

Traveling With Your Dog

Isaac's Speech about the Battle of Shiloh - December 17, 1895 - Part 2

Night stopped the fighting & we lay down to rest after Eating a few bites of hard tack & raw meat   the gunboats Lexington & Tyler had Steamed up the river to near the landing & all thro the night threw a Shell every 15 minutes as near in to the rebel Camps as they could guess at it just to keep them Stirred up & lively ready for the next days fight    291 more words


Measles outbreak complicates 2 big Amish events

SHILOH, Ohio (AP) – Visitors from around the world to two upcoming events in the state’s Amish country could come away with more than they bargained for, health officials fear – a case of measles from the nation’s largest outbreak in two decades. 779 more words

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I Could Have Told Him!

This article based on Mark 15:39 in the Bible, when the Centurion said, “Truly this man was the Son of God.”


I Could Have Told Him! 290 more words