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Every 15 Minutes
The Every 15 Minutes Event at Rhea County High School March 26, 2012. This was a program organized by the Rhea County Anti-Drug Coalition (RCAD) and the Rhea County Sheriff's Department. It was presented to raise awareness of the dangers of drinking and/or texting while driving.
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Chicken Nuggets, Lemonade, and a Cell Phone Coop
Let’s clear the air. I love Chick-fil-A. In fact, I may have faked a few pregnancy cravings the first time around so my husband would drive the 45 minutes to the closet location (by the third child, he had figured me out, and I had to find suitable alternatives). In ...
Let me share something with you that I happened upon recently. “I got girls that I shoulda made pay for it/Got girls that I should made wait for it/Got girls that'll cancel a flight back home/Stay another day for it.” Or, what about this? “And do...
Choices Do Make a Difference
Last month, the Women's Care Center celebrated 30 years of service to the Rhea County community. For 30 years, we have been offering hope to the hopeless, loved those who feel unloved, and provided much needed material assistance for women and families. During our annu...
50 Shades of Garbage
I'm doing it. I'm going to tackle the 50 Shades of Grey phenomenon. I know that many will disagree with me, but I can't just let it go. Typically, I try not to comment on a book or movie unless I've seen it or read it. That's why I found myself waiting in line be...
Some Things Never Change
Believe it or not, every once in a while, I run out of things to say. I run out of things to write about. I feel like I've been standing on certain soap boxes for so long, there just isn't anything left to say. There's nothing new, and I feel that people are tired ...
This article orignally appeared in The Herald-News, September 2014.Though students have been in school for over two months, I've only recently returned to the classroom. It does take some time to get readjusted to teaching, just as our students take time to get back ...
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