Yes, it was Albert Einstein who unified space and time together into a single, coherent whole. As a physicist I can say that was a pretty impressive feat, but as parent — slogging across interstate whatever on the last weekend of the summer — I have to ask: What's the big deal?
Anyone stuck in vacation traffic with kids in tow can tell you that Space and Time have always been unified but not in the wiggly, abstract sense my buddy Al Einstein was talking about.
Good morning, I'm David Greene. Two clowns walked into a Colorado jewelry store this week, guns blazing. The men wore white face paint, black lipstick and wigs. They pointed guns at employees and forced the owner to unlock his jewelry cases. The clown duo made off with the loot. But the joke was on them, Sonny's Rocks Jewelry Store in Denver does not display real jewelry. The display cases are full of fake gold and platinum, which is exactly what ended up in the clown's garbage bags.
Paris – Life has been more like a medical book than a story book for Doctors Colton and Katie Wicks of Charleston.
However with their recent endeavors these Cooper High School sweethearts will be writing the first new chapter of their dream future with the grand opening of Paris Optical, newly acquired from the former owner Dr. John Carter Jr. OD.
– A Quinlan man is among 16 finalists from throughout the nation to qualify for the 2011 Field & Stream Total Outdoorsman Challenge.
37-year-old Loren Autrey is seeking the distinction of nation's top outdoorsman in the event which pits sportsman against one another in a range of outdoor disciplines as they compete for cash and prizes.
Paris – Police in Paris are investigating some unusual circumstances surrounding a Wednesday afternoon fire that left a residence heavily damaged.
The home in the 2700 block of Bonham St. was fully engulfed in flames upon arrival by the fire department. Strong winds forced firefighters to turn to defensive tactics, protecting all exposures and houses in the neighborhood.
Quinlan – Authorities believe they've cleared numerous area burglary cases with the arrest of two Hunt County men.
About $50,000 in stolen property has been recovered at a storage facility in Wills Point.
Taken into custody were Terry Monk and Eric Snorgrass, both of Quinlan. Monk was arrested on a theft warrant out of Dallas County, while Snorgrass was arrested for no driver's license. Investigators say more charges are pending against both suspects.