Blue Collar Blues & Busted Knuckles

Jason Springs grew up in Danville before moving to Louisiana at age seventeen. “I fell in love with the South and the culture that was there. I was young and thought I knew everything, so when my family decid...

Times Yet To Be

Many things fuel Jarrod Brown. Science — since 1998, he has practiced dentistry at 1108 Main Street. Family — in 2001, Brown married Lisa Tunnicliff, and the couple has two sons, Trevor who is thirteen and ...

By Choice

“How do I become a member of Danville By Choice?” That’s the one question we’re asked the most, and the answer is simple: If you love Danville and are happy to be a part of our wonderful city, the...

Business Promotion on Steroids

Promoting your business is an ongoing task. A few take it to another level. Some are out of the ordinary to say the least. Take a look at what is around you. Every consumer product is branded with some type of ...

Shared Affections

He Said From time to time we have both accused one another of having a passion for something besides each other. I think you accused me of using facebook as the other person in my life taking time away from ...

It’s Not Just Lightning Bolts

The first Father’s Day was recognized on July 19, 1910 in the state of Washington. The day didn’t become a nationwide holiday until 1972, 58 years after President Woodrow Wilson signed to make Mother’s Da...

Life’s a Beach

Recently, I was pleased to get out yet another bundle of summertime attire from storage bins — swimsuits! It’s pool season and that makes me super happy. I’ve already been stocking up on poolside snacks w...

Jasper C. Oldham

My father, Jasper C. Oldham died on April 7th this year. On June 16th, my father would have been 93-years-old. He lived a long and prosperous life. June is also Father’s Day, so I have asked Dena if I could...

Animal Mothers

Although mothers (the good, honorable, decent ones) should be honored every day for the wonderful service they provide to their children, and thus to society, they are especially celebrated in May on Mother’s...

The Lunchtime Madness

YESSSSS! It’s May! Who’s happy that school is almost out? With only a few short weeks left in the 2013-14 school year, I can’t help but look forward to and create a perfect mirage of smooth, delightful s...

May Resolutions

He Said  May is finally here and the springtime sunshine and warm weather brings me to a point I would like to make that you might appreciate. I hate pollen. It messes up my car, stops up my lungs, and gets...

Celebrating Mothers

Throughout history the physical strength of men is well-documented. There’s the story of Atlas and his strong shoulders. Hercules and his Twelve Labours. But more impressive than the feats of physical vigor a...