John's columns 2019

She ‘fixed’ my computer with a No. 2 pencil - July 16, 2019

This Internet thing really changed the publishing business - July 9, 2019

Celebrating 25 years of publishing - July 2, 2019

Bulletin completes 25 years of publishing, keeps rolling - June 25, 2019

Shingle shot saga – Part 2 - June 18, 2019

After two decades, the kids have grown up and look a lot different - June 11, 2019

When the storm comes, I’m gone - June 4, 2019

Which did you, or do you, like better: The ‘60s or being 60? - May 28, 2019

My escape from the stinkin' city: The green world awaited me, along with a bunch of pots and pans - May 21, 2019

Property tax protesting is not one of my favorite activities - May 14, 2019

Update on the old green van - May 7, 2019

When my stomach or back retaliate, I have to take notice - April 30, 2019

When I reached out to those in the know, they didn’t know - April 23, 2019

Our new property tax appraisals and sticker shock - April 16, 2019

Anxiety dreams make simple tasks a lot more difficult - April 9, 2019

Songs have a way of rekindling those special memories - April 2, 2019

My visit to the optometrist turned out to be an eye-opener - March 26, 2019

Good riddance to winter and cold weather - March 19, 2019

Shingles are bad; shot is less bad - March 12,2019

Car-train crashes on purpose were less hassle in Pearland - March 5, 2019

Telemarketing gets a bad rap for a reason - February 26, 2019

Replacement TV remotes are the enemy - February 19, 2019

‘Gunsmoke’ and early day medicine - February 12, 2019

Smelly passengers can make a flight unpleasant for others - February 5, 2019

When it comes to sleeping, I can do just so much of it - January 29, 2019

TV was a lot simpler when I was a kid, even the talking car - January 22, 2019

Was the music better or we’re just nostalgic? - January 15, 2019

How did we ever survive before Alexa? Clap on, clap off... - January 8, 2019