A couple of weeks ago I wrote a column reflecting on former IJ editor Bill Collins in the wake of his death Nov. 9. I ended the piece with this: “While I knew Bill’s health had been in decline…

Photographers love to shoot them at sunrise. Riding a glittering golden sea, shrimp boats strike a classic silhouette with that orb of fire rising behind them. A shrimp trawler working coastal…

DEAR AUNTY PAM: Help! HELP!!!! My mother-in-law is coming for Thanksgiving and I just broke the vase she gave me last Christmas into a million pieces. I know she’s going to be looking for it a…

Just as we have all been sucker-punched by the horrific current events on the news, and right before many of us prepare for our own, sometimes challenging, family holiday festivities, along co…

After a couple of empty possessions to start the game, the Calhoun Falls boys basketball team struck first on Tuesday, scoring a layup in transition. For the remainder of the first quarter, the Flashes lived up to their nickname, forcing turnovers and scoring quickly in transition.

Coming out of the halftime break, the Calhoun Falls girls basketball team led by six. The Flashes had forced turnovers and controlled the speed of the game, but they were struggling to make shots, especially in the paint.