Strauss, LHS Class of ’50 to gather

Herman Strauss stopped by early Monday afternoon after leaving the Salvation Army’s Adult Day Care Center where he and his wife, Wanda, and others have gone every Monday for more than 10 years to provide musical entertainment to the folks there. Joining them that day was Gene Squyres, Bonnie Jumper, Lena Challender, Ann Boles, E. … Read more

Squash casserole a great side dish

Judicious & Delicious With Judge Esther Barger It won’t be long until the squash starts coming on and people will have more than they can eat.  Here is a good old southern squash recipe. Squash Casserole 2 lbs. squash, cooked 3 TBSP chopped onions 1 cup cheese, grated 1 cup saltine crackers, crumbled 2 eggs … Read more

Employer mandate delayed

SALLY C. PIPES GUEST Some 60 percent of Americans — nearly 160 million people — get insurance through their jobs. Thanks to Obamacare, that number is about to nosedive. The president’s signature law is hiking the cost of health insurance for American businesses of all sizes. They’re responding by dumping coverage for workers, spouses, and … Read more