“Praying for the best results and the Lord to guide the hands of the surgeon.”
When I was in high-school I was a bit on the wild side
“Everything has its wonders, even darkness and silence.”
No meat on Fridays
Story about doing the right thing by Arian Knops.
Unless you’re a Baptist, I’m sure you’ve been to a number of dances.
It was Mardi Gras time in 1966 and four of us packed into Wally’s ’55 Chevy...
Unless you are up there in years, like me, you have no idea who Claude Rains was
Before I was old and not the brightest person on Earth, I was young and not the brightest
Jimmy Z was an Italian guy I knew only slightly, always on the lookout to make a buck.
To a young lad like me that newspaper was a flickering candle of sanity.
I myself am more rapidly spinning into this malady than I thought I ever would.
Arian's view on tattoos.
There are things that have happened in our lives that we remember with dread.
How many times have you been kissed?
This memory is about our high school principal, a guy named Norby Weiss.
Something that in this era’s misguided political correctness lunacy is hardly ever spoken.
Many of us have been mistaken for someone else.
Most girls like athletes. Most girls like money. Most girls don’t like nerds. I was a nerd
There are some things we are not supposed to know about animals.
It seems to me that people who love horses can be nice decent human beings.
I sensed something unusual the first time I ever entered the blacksmith shop.
This is about two Navy officers
A continuation from last week's story
When I was just short of twenty-one, I was discharged, honorably, from the US Navy.
The humor of Arian Knops and the cardboard box.
There are two kinds of music. Good music and all other music.
A humorous look back at newly weds first home.
First signs of spring revisited.
The words he chose to put on the sign altered its intended meaning.
I’m always on the lookout for something pleasurable to write about.
I still hide during lightning storms.
There seems to be a big difference between city environments and those of rural America.
With a Nod and a Wink to Calvin and Hobbes
I like driving a truck rather than a car in the backwoods of northern Wisconsin where I li
Chances are slim, but here goes my idea for the next ‘stimulus’ check.
There is an appointed time for everything, and a time for every affair under the heavens.
Arian is a short story contributor to the Sentinel & Rural News. Arian has written two full-length thrillers which have received critical and popular acclaim. Arian lives in Bruce, WI, with his charming wife, Arlene.
The Sentinel & Rural News covers the news and events of Clark County and southern Taylor County, as well as regional news that affects those areas.
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