Category: Terry Anker

Opinion: Food for thought

Commentary by Terry Anker Food – we eat it every day and yet most of us know precious little about it. In my younger years, we grew and maintained a garden. Actually, it was...

Opinion: Generous to a fault

Commentary by Terry Anker We can call it generosity, hospitality, or maybe simple kindness. Yet, we all give, and we all take. Can we ever give too much? Maybe, but should we first ask...

Letter: Enjoying the weekly publication

Editor Thank you Terry Anker for your inspiring words! Just what I needed on this blustery, flustery day. They were infused with just the right amount of faith with the mention of Clarence the...

Opinion: What we eat

Commentary by Terry Anker As kids growing up in late mid-century America, we were taught that “we are what we eat.” Sitting in the back of our third-grade classrooms, we giggled that we might...

Opinion: Never awesome-less

Commentary by Terry Anker The cold, gray winter days are laid out ahead of us. Snow, frost and bluster are on the agenda. But like all things, this will pass. Soon, the chill will...

Opinion: A drop of whiskey

Commentary by Terry Anker Often, when meeting a person of some renown, we are deeply disappointed. Yet, in other precious encounters, our already high expectations are exceeded and overcome by the distinctive and important...