Tag: the Nation
The other day my friend Tina and I chatted how a year can make a big difference, how life takes us from one place to another.
Yes, we’re a year older, wiser or, for some, wilder. We’ve changed or tried not to change. The choice is ours; that’s the beauty of ... read more ››
Every Christmas, I encourage people to open their hearts and wallets for those less fortunate.
According to a Facebook post, Oujé-Bougoumou Chief Curtis Bosum thinks much the same way.
“Some thoughts as we enter the holiday season,” Bosum wrote. “It is important to remember that not everyone is surrounded by large wonderful ... read more ››
It is again the time we have to deal with snow, icy roads, freezing rain and sometimes blizzards. I love the north and enjoy all that winter offers but I also realize just how deadly the roads and highways can be this time of the year.
More and more people I ... read more ››
A lot has happened since the last time I checked out the social climate of the world. In a whirlwind month of November, Friday the 13th became a day known worldwide for terrorist attacks against the people and values of France. Terrorism has been going on for some time now ... read more ››