Tag Archives: Scouter’s Minute

By Jim Bethel
Oct 29, 2017

Scouter’s Minute: Wrong Way Riegels

I love college football – Even when my team loses I can still enjoy the game [however I enjoy it more when they win!].  Football is full of great stories with last second, nail biting finishes and hero’s that lead their team to victory.  These stories are inspirational.  Regardless of what team you cheer for […]

By Community Submission
Nov 27, 2016

Scouter’s Minute: The Knife

Yesterday my brother-in-law, who is also a ward Scouting committee chair, read this story written by his father at a baptism: It was Christmas Day 1920. I was seven years old. My father, mother, sister and I were living in Auburn, a small town about 70 miles south of Omaha, Nebraska. We were very poor, […]