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Rick Rescorla was a decorated Vietnam War hero. But some of his greatest acts of heroism happened years later, on the job at the World Trade Center. As head of security for Morgan Stanley, one of the … more
It’s not something we do very often, but probably should. Just sit for a few minutes and watch the squirrels, birds or people —  depending on where you’re at. When I did my … more
Just sitting around By DONNA BRAYMER donnab@harrisondaily.com It’s not something we do very often, but probably should. Just sit for a few minutes and watch the squirrels, birds or … more
Singing set DIAMOND CITY —  First Baptist Church of Diamond City will host a singing on Friday, Sept. 17 at 7 p.m. Organizers invite all singers and musicians to participate. The church … more
Ezekial 38: 21. "I will call for a sword against Gog throughout all My mountains, says the Lord God. Every man’s sword will be against his brother. 22. And I will bring him to judgment with … more
I’m so thankful God understands our flaws and weaknesses —  But it’s not His fault we are full of flaws and weaknesses. He created two perfect human beings in the Garden of … more
Singing set DIAMOND CITY —  First Baptist Church of Diamond City will host a singing on Friday, Sept. 17 at 7 p.m. Organizers invite all singers and musicians to participate. The church … more
We were eating with friends at a restaurant, when my wife unobtrusively gave me "the sign." She brushed her upper lip with her fingers. I know what that means — and it wasn’t romantic. … more
Do you remember the feeling of receiving a trophy when you were a kid? I’m sure you were so proud when you heard your name called. Those little tee ball, soccer and maybe a gymnastic trophy … more
GriefShare classes underway The Open Door Baptist Church has started a Christ-centered support group and video Bible study for people who are dealing with grief and loss of a friend or loved one. … more
There are definitely some beautiful gardens to walk around in on this earth. I’ve had the honor to walk through several and as their photos show up in my Facebook memories, I just want to sigh, … more
For some reason, this drunk driver decided that he liked my side of the road better than his. He suddenly crossed the center line and plowed headlong into our car. I had the whole family with me, and … more
Family Day at the Creek Bear Creek Springs Baptist Church is hosting Family Day on Sunday, Aug. 29. Grow Group classes start at 9:45 a.m. and 11 a.m. for the worship service. The food and fun will … more
I have a ton of respect for lifeguards at the ocean, and have seen them in action. I remember being at the New Jersey shore watching five lifeguards go to work on a rescue to bring in three children. … more
A native of Harrison, Dr. James D. Bryant is the author of Barnabas Briefs: Encouragement Along the Road. He has been in the ministry for fifty-seven years, beginning upon his discharge from the U. … more
5 things to remember when frustrated By DONNA BRAYMER donnab@harrisondaily.com This has been a strange week for our world —  maybe I should have said several months of strange. … more
Editor’s Note: Judge West has interrupted his series on child sacrifice to share some news about IRAN.   We interrupt this regularly scheduled program to bring you a major news … more
Since my wife grew up in the South, she looked forward to a spring that was getting underway by early or mid-March. Since I grew up in the North, I got used to spring beginning a little later than … more
It started years ago with a few pieces of colored cardboard. Our oldest son was about five years old, and I bought him a few baseball cards. Once he hit college, that baseball card collection paid … more
Kindness is quickly becoming a lost art. How do you enjoy being treated? I like dealing with nice people. I’ve had my fair share of grumps, but I much prefer kind souls. I know of an elderly … more
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