You had to be there


Friday night’s 17-14 triumph over Smoky Mountain Conference rival Murphy is something Robbinsville faithful will reminisce about for generations to come.

More than just "winter blues"


An old enemy came for me on a dreary day two weeks ago. 

Hauling hay to my horses, I dropped a square bale in the mud and all of a sudden, was on the verge of tears. 

Celebrating a century of life


Neowne Hooper Adams reached the age of 100 on Oct. 25.  

Her parents were Jack and Belle Lovin Hooper. She has outlived all her siblings; Oneida Smith, Neowe, and Reo Hooper. 

Does the national deficit matter?


One of the key stories that got lost in last week’s news regarding the impeachment process going on in the House of Representatives and the termination of the ISIS leader Baghdadi was the growth of

Something has to change


She was dead for two days before I realized that I knew her. 

Witchcraft and the power of deception


“And the light of a candle shall shine no more at all in you; and the voice of the bridegroom and of the bride shall be heard no more at all in you: for your merchants were the great men of the

Abortion could avoid life-changing issues


I was an only child. 

Seven years before I was born, my parents had their first baby, but that child was born without a brain.