Music Joshua Boydston
“A good friend of mine said when she visited the land I’m on right now, ‘Wow, this explains a lot of why your music sounds the way it does.’ There’s Spanish moss hanging off huge, old oak trees with geese and sandhill cranes flying over next to a lake with gators.
Letters to the Editor Jay Hubbard
I must admit I’m a trifle disgusted (I don’t even think that’s the word
for it) at some of the glasses in the March 9 “By the glass” article
(Jenny Coon Peterson, March 9, Gazette). As a man who’s a trifle
Irish, it makes my blood (or the liquor in my blood) boil to see an
improper pint — one without a handle.
Letters to the Editor Hannah Harder
Environmental Protection Agency cuts make me ecstatic! The newest budget
cuts slash 16 percent of the EPA operating budget, a greater percentage
cut than any other agency. As a biologist, environmental scientist and
educator, I hope we get to the full 29 percent proposed.