Staff blogs

  • AllisonMiles

    Juice Box Epiphanies

    By AllisonMiles in Business Notebook

    The thought struck me as I reached past the mini juice boxes, for a bottle of water in my best friend's refrigerator: art isn't just there to make the world prettier, although it certainly does. It can also teach you something. See, ...

  • PEbner

    Tiger human after all

    By PEbner in The world of golf

    I was kind of hoping to see Tiger Woods paired against either Ernie Els or Vijay Singh on Sunday in the singles matches at the Presidents Cup especially since Els is ranked 5th in the world and Singh 12th. But ...

  • BeckyCooper

    Mondays are rough

    By BeckyCooper in The Daily Commute

    Mondays are always rough when heading out for work, but today was different because I was looking forward to posting my very first blog. It was during this drive - I have it down to 45 minutes,  no matter how fast ...

  • ChrisCobler

    Reader raises concerns about coverage of former principal

    By ChrisCobler in Your Advocate: an editor's blog

    I hope to regularly share reader correspondence on this blog. If one reader raises a question, chances are good others feel the same way. Here's an e-mail we received Sunday about Saturday's coverage of Michael Maples' arrest. My response follows. ...

  • GabeSemenza

    An introduction to Home Town

    By GabeSemenza in Crowdsourcing

    There's just something about homes. Whether it's gawking at those we wished we lived in, or looking in crannies in our own for ways to improve them, homes are so much a part of all our lives. Homes are, no ...

  • WesBloomquist

    Taking the first shot

    By WesBloomquist in The Spiral

    While most sports fans are caught up in football and the start of the baseball playoffs, basketball season is right around the corner. That means dunks, arrests, clutch 3-pointers and suspicious eyes set on all officials. This blog will deal ...

  • ALongLook

    In the beginning

    By ALongLook in The Write Stuff

    My earliest memories of "writing" anything was in elementary school. I can recall taking the names of classmates and writing a short story. Silly stuff, like, "It  was a Sonny day, and I thought I'd take a Long walk." I'd ...

  • AprillBrandon

    The Good, The Bad and The Ugg-ly

    By AprillBrandon in Pop Goes the Culture

    Before I begin blogging about the latest trends, first I think it's pertinent to say goodbye to trends whose time has passed (I'm looking at you, Ugg boots). So here is a list of what trends I think need to ...

  • mikeforman

    Forman Flashes

    By mikeforman in Forman Flashes

    Here's your chance to talk about area high school and college football.  Are there any state-championship caliber teams in the area? Who are the top players? Who will win the Heisman Trophy? I'll give you my thoughts and I want ...

  • PEbner

    The President's Cup

    By PEbner in The world of golf

    The United States got off to a good start at the President's Cup taking a 5 1/2 to 1/2 lead over the International squad on Thursday. The biggest highlight was the class Jack Nicklaus showed when he had Phil Mickelson ...

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