It’s not too late for children and teens to get involved in this year’s Awana Clubs at the First Baptist Church (FBC) in Pine.
Last week I was just leaving Bangkok, Thailand, on the Navy C-121 Super Constellation, which in the 1950s through 1960s flew the Embassy Run along Southeast Asia once each week.
What happened to the monsoon rains? I am wondering whether the season is already over.
Without a doubt, one of the most important aspects of our community is our volunteer spirit exemplified by citizens like Cliff Sage and Denise Prechtel, who on Sunday were named the Take Pride Project 2013 Volunteers of the Year.
Christopher Creek’s neighbor four miles to the east is abuzz as Camp Tontozona opened to football practice on Tuesday.
I blinked and almost three decades passed by.
In country music artist Garth Brooks’ “Rodeo” world — it was cowboy hats, spurs and latigo.
Roundup readers watching the television broadcast of the Arizona Diamondbacks game against the New York Mets on Sunday, might have heard broadcaster Bob Brenly refer to a “backwards baseball” game.
I had always dreamt of seeing India, so my eyes stayed glued to the window as our aircraft touched down on the New Delhi runway on a hot Saturday afternoon of October 1959.
Christopher Creek has its own form of social media. It is not Twitter or Instagram, not even a Facebook group account.
In writing sports stories, I’ve sometimes penned the penultimate stanza, “The best-laid schemes o’ mice an’ men often go awry,” which I once attributed to Charles Steinbeck, but was quickly corrected by retired school teacher Herb Sherman who said it was actually from a poem Robert Burns wrote in 1785.
Payson High School preseason football practices tipped off yesterday, Aug. 5, and will continue through the week.