Let the revolution begin By Leo Chappelle
Citizens take the initiative By Leo Chappelle
I have often been guilty of careless concern for the feelings of others. I may not be guilty of intentional harm or insult; but another person may have felt slighted or, perhaps thought I had intended to call attention to some fault in their life.
Communities become involved By Leo Chappelle
GIANT FIR: A lumberjack lies in the cut of a giant fir while his co-workers pose for a photo in 1902. (Credit: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, Washington, D.C.)
I think the air control box for the house was damaged last week, switching it from heat to cool to heat to cool, on a daily basis. The cold weather for the entire upcoming week has me cheering, for the fireplace can have a good fire, and soup can simmer on the stove every day.
We’re off to a good start this year. We have a substantially new Police Jury with fresh enthusiasm for the job. The school board had a clean annual audit.
Where were you on New Year’s Eve, December 31, 1999? If you were like a lot of people all over the world, your New Year’s Eve celebrations were overshadowed by a looming fear that the world as we know it might come to an end a few seconds after the stroke of midnight.
Recovery is a lifelong process of improving health and well-being while living independently. Many people suffering from addiction achieve sobriety. Recovery is difficult. It involves changing your outlook on life, your behavior and in some cases your environment.