St. Marys Kin Summerfest runs July 21-24

Four days of rides, Bobnoxious headlining Beer Tent Saturday night By Dan Rankin At this year’s Kin Summerfest, which begins next week on Thursday, July 21, for the very first time, the carnival rides and attractions on Milt Dunnell Field will be operating for four days. The rides provided by Campbell Amusements will be open…

Street Level Faith

Most of the articles I have written are about our personal faith. By that I mean the faith we draw on to sustain us to meet the challenges in our own lives and those close to us. We need this personal faith. Yet life is larger than our private sorrows and joys. What about the…

Sour Gripes

RES..PECT. (SAY IT) As a proud Canadian I am less than amused with the tenor who bastardized our national anthem. Will I lose any sleep over it? No: I will not. I believe there are a few out there with some weird ideas and I’m just as certain that this guy thought he was delivering…

This Day in History – July 15th

1838 – American writer and philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson outrages a crowd at the Harvard Divinity School – While the Romantic artistic movement in Britain was defined by such poets as William Wordsworth (1770-1850) and Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834), in the United States of the early 19th Century, poet and essayist Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)…