The Way I See It – Sports photos depend on the best shot I get, not the best player or being fair to all
Every year or two I feel like I need to write this column. When it come to my sports coverage photos, there is always someone out there who thinks someone doesn’t get their photo in the paper who should, that I should make sure and run a photo of every player on a team, or Read MorePosted: by OverlieP
The Way I See It – Loss of Lauryn Goldhahn still being felt; and for goodness sake BUCKLE-UP!
The gym in Fairfield was packed Wednesday; not for a ball game or a school assembly but to bring together all the people wanting to say good-bye to Lauryn Goldhahn and to support her family in this time of great grief. One message the Goldhahn family sent out to everyone strongly – BUCKLE-UP!! Lauryn died Read MorePosted: by OverlieP
The Way I See It – A new study turns back the clock for me on an issue that continues to draw interest
I just happened to wander across a news article that stopped me cold. About a decade ago (Maybe a bit more) I wrote a column on the science, or lack of it, behind the LGBT movement and why LGBT activists are purely political in nature and care not at all for facts. Let’s stop right Read MorePosted: by OverlieP
The Way I See It – It was just another maniac Saturday; a visit with relatives is always a treat
I was pretty impressed at the whirlwind of offerings at the CJI football scrimmage Saturday morning. A scrimmage, barbecue, jersey sale and fill-the-bus school supplies donation event all rolled into a couple hours of fun behind gym and on the practice field. I wish I could have stayed longer, but I had a whirlwind Saturday Read MorePosted: by OverlieP