Cultural power: Not too young to know kryptonite
The kids—and I’m talking tiny little tots—at Thursday’s library Summer Reading Club finale at the I&GN Depot-Museum were invited to do a “kryptonite toss.”
They threw aluminum foils at a pretend Superman. That’s not the point. The point is these tiny kids know what kryptonite is— if it actually really existed, that is. Full Story
Avoid these debt traps
I’m currently a senior in college. I’m completely debt-free right now, and I am wondering what I should do to stay this way after graduation.
Cary Dear Cary, Full Story
Community cemeteries, memorials, all-day ‘sangin’s’
No one likes to dwell on death. Well, with tongue firmly in cheek, maybe funeral directors and perpetual care cemetery owners. Full Story
They pledged lives, fortunes, sacred honor
Neighbor Grover sez he taught himself some karate moves last night when he walked into a spider web. Full Story
239 years of Declaration of Independence trivia
Did you remember that the Declaration of Independence, passed by 12 of the 13 colony representatives, passed in July 2, 1776 and not on July 4th? .
Here are a few more bits of historical trivia to ponder. What do you know about the “Dunlap broadsides?” Full Story
RHS Class of ‘57 had its dreams—Part XIV
This is the 14th in a periodic series of “memoirs” of the RHS Class of 1957 compiled from memories of class members Gary Jackson, Billy Sager, the late John Terry Yoakum and Lavada Yoakum. In
1955 we listened to rhythm and blues from artists like Fats Domino, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley and Joe Turner. Full Story
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