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Colorful Dark Corner utterances are carryovers from Middle English

Twice-told Tale Column By Dean Campbell While conducting my “The Dark Corner – An Elusive to Exclusive Odyssey” class in Furman University’s OLLI Lifelong Learning ... Read more

Looking back with a laugh

My eldest brother is currently traveling through England to visit and document my mother’s side of the family. It’s been an interesting trip, via emailed ... Read more

Methamphetamines: Nothing to rave about

“Meth,” “speed,” “chalk,” “ice,” “crystal,” “crank,” “fire,” and “glass” are street terms for a man-made drug called methamphetamine. Read more

Won’t be missing the grass

October arrives with a suitcase of azure-blue sky and sunshine; face-high spider webs catch us unaware, black walnuts and acorns drum a steady beat upon ... Read more

Burial and memorial benefits available to veterans

Dear Savvy Senior, Does the Veterans Administration provide any special funeral services or benefits to old veterans? My father is a 90-year-old World War II veteran ... Read more

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Publisher's Notebook

Hunger Action Month and Outreach

Mary was a professional, with a good job and a middle class lifestyle. Then one day, one of the ripple effects of the great ... Read more

Tryon Daily Bulletin wins state press association awards

The Tryon Daily Bulletin won 9 awards in the North Carolina Press Association’s 2013 News, Editorial & Photo Journalism and Advertising Contests (Daily Division 12,500 ... Read more