Charlotte Wylene Compton

Charlotte Wylene Compton was born on Nov. 12, 1935, in Albion, Neb., to James and Henrietta (Tiede) Sutton. She married Lewis Junior Compton of Moon,...

On love and accountability

Have you ever wondered why some coaches can yell and scream and be loved for it while others are hated? Or have you noticed...

Hyde has stemmed the tide

It’s been 40 years since my husband and I committed our lives to one another that hot day in June, but that same year,...

Perhaps a sign for the times is in order

I think a new sign should be erected, maybe next to the existing sign on the corner of East Main St. and Major Lake...

Shifting in home ownership, lifestyles

Values and expectations have changed for today’s young people. It is an usual generation, but we grew up in an unusual time. Others...

Keystone has lost another

  This year I have mentioned several Keystone people who left this world before their time. I was very saddened to hear of the recent...

A man and belief that is revolutionary

This month we will celebrate the birth of a revolutionary. This past year we have seen many take the reputation as being revolutionaries. There...

Finding Christmas Joy

For many of us the story is familiar.  For others it may introduce us to a new set of characters.  Dr. Luke, the writer of...

Book is opus to Native American life today

Those that discover some type of American Indian relative that was in their distant past might be proud of that fact. Children might tell...

Old age is not for sissies – lessons learned

When I was younger, I remember that grandparents, aunts and uncles in those black and white snapshots looked very old to me. There they...