Watch Congress closely
There has been a lot of debate and discussion regarding the so-called government “shutdown.”
Risks outweigh costs
There is some confusion regarding the proposed fertilizer storage facility in downtown Greenville.
Simply worth any cost
Everything seems to be getting more expensive, while paychecks just don’t stretch as far. And tax rates are the last thing anyone wants to see increase.
Turning the big ‘Five-3’ in style
It has been quite a week at the Kellar Estate ...
— To kick things off, as if the growing spread of gray hair wasn’t enough of a clue, yours truly is one step closer to the ranks of senior citizenship, as I notched my 53rd birthday Wednesday.
Paying attention to lease talks
Among some great economic news for Greenville (Fritz Industries moving into old Newell-Rubbermaid plant, International Grains and Cereal moving to Greenville), the L-3/City lease negotiations took an important turn, one that has received little reaction from the community.
Too many positions left open
The Greenville City Council’s decision to hire Massoud Ebrahim as the full-time city manager was a good decision.
Let the school bells ring
Just sitting here, trying to grasp the entirety of the upcoming academic year and what it means for the Kellar Estate ...
The more things change ...
You know, I’ve been doing this job for a while now. I will have been at the Herald-Banner for 20 years next month. That’s long enough to have noticed a few things, about people and about our city.
Arriving five minutes late not so bad
It seems like everyday there is another wreck in downtown Greenville.
Race theme, technical jargon in 'Planes' may appeal more to adults
It’s Disney and it’s animated, and the cutesy talking planes have cartoon eyes and propeller noses. But filmmaker Klay Hall’s “Cars” spin-off heavily emphasizes the “Wings Around the Globe” aerial race and uses a lot of technical aviation jargon and should prove more appealing to dads and grampas than to the usual target audience of youngsters.
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