No such thing as a coincidence
There are many dots throughout our lives and we should strive to connect them, Gordie Little writes.
Which Ferris wheels are the fairest?
Early Ferris wheels seem small compared to the ones built today, Columnist Gordie Little writes.
Halloween a time for superstition, celebration
Gordie Little writes about how the holiday is interesting and special to him.
Some pennies more valuable than you think
Gordie Little writes about his fascination with and appreciation of pennies.
Wonder why we've outgrown rolling R's
Forefathers rolled their R's in formal speech and song, Gordie Little writes.
Autumn changes landscape, activities
With the leaves and weather changing, fall will be in full swing soon, writes Gordie Little.
Bells heard less these days
Bells were once a kind of universal alert sound, but that's changed, Gordie Little writes.
Seeing is believing
Brains are clever to see a nebulous shape and turn it into a face or an object, Gordie Little writes.
Trip harmonizes music and nature
One-man impromptu violin concert was the icing on the cake of a recent camping trip to Cole's Creek near Waddington, Gordie Little writes.
Reveling in family fun and Fourth fireworks
Over the years, we’ve come to cherish the holidays when our far-flung family can meet for special occasions, writes columnist Gordie Little.
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