Polk Countians big and small enjoyed their brief time in the snow this weekend — the first white covering of 2020. Readers of the BH-FP took it all in through the lenses of their cameras.
Your trust is important to us. And we want to be transparent about what we do and why we do it. To that end, we want to ask you: What do you want to know about your local newsroom? We believe there are misconceptions out there about who we are as community journalists, how we make decisions …
I admit that it aggravates me when people say that a birthday or a holiday, even Christmas, has snuck up on them and left them unprepared. After all, my reasoning is that those days fall on the same day each year, so … But this whole holiday season really has snuck up on me and I will be rea…
Sometimes, hard things happen during what’s supposed to be “the most wonderful time of the year.” About a month ago, it happened to us.
If I could type this column while wearing fur-lined gloves, I’d do it. I’m guessing the result would be so riddled with typos that my editors would think I’d suffered a stroke. Instead, I type with what feels like chunks of ice attached to my wrists.
As we continue this series of articles on prayer, let me remind you that in the last article I mentioned “Praying in Jesus’ Name” and “Asking according to His Will.” Today, I want to continue with the topics of praying in the Spirit and praying with faith.
Over the past three months, I have had the opportunity to be an intern reporter here at the BH-FP. Although this internship was brief, it no doubt will be one that I will never forget.
The eve of the 2020 legislative session reminds me of an era when there was a more organized effort to find, before the start of the session, bicameral and bipartisan solutions to the state's most pressing problems.