We are all in different stages of dealing with this pandemic – some are still in denial, some are in all out prepper mode, while others are being “optimistically cautious.”
Things have been happening way too fast the last few weeks. Most of us weren't used to Daylight Saving Time, floods came and the awful coronavirus hit like a lead balloon all over the country. Everything just started shutting down. Panic really set in!
Looking at the night sky from a location far from city lights has inspired many people. One sees a multitude of stars, with most of the stars being very dim. It also raises questions for the observer. Did the universe always exist, or did it have a beginning?
There was all kinds of weather and different temperatures for the past three days. If one didn’t like what was happening at noon, there was always that 4 o’clock change. It could be better, and could be worse.
It’s an annual holiday tradition that we always protect. Every year, the Christian County Headliner News shares letters that children from Christian County write to Santa Claus.
Experiencing the phenomenon of the Backyard Brawl for the first time is a unique experience. Never have I witnessed two communities so entrenched in this high school football game that kicks of Friday night in Ozark at Tiger Stadium.
If you tuned in to join the national craze and watch the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup final on Sunday, you have have encountered an unpleasant surprise.
We are now into the firecracker month. Tents are set up all over the place. One doesn't have to go very far to get all the excitement they need for family fireworks. There were a lot of community fireworks over the weekend. We can all start looking forward to Thursday for more family gatherings.