Some decisions just make themselves
It’s hard to give props to a politician when ulterior motives sometimes dictate their moves, but our State Representative made a decision two weeks ago that struck me as showing he knows what’s important.
As you’ve read by now, District 20 Rep. Dan Gattis has chosen not to run again, citing the need to spend more time with family. Full Story
Some Yarrellton settlers walked from Alabama
The Yarrellton community was settled in 1867 by a caravan of families from Alabama. Most arrived in wagons but some of the settlers walked.
The Monroes, Perkins, Campbells, Mowdys, Wilkersons, Bentons, Eplins, Tubbs, Files, Russells, Rileys, McCalls, Wooleys, Hopkins, Stapletons, Barretts and Yarrells were some of the earliest families to settle the area. Full Story
Credit card security more dangerous than online
Many seniors are scam proof when computers a re c onc er ned. They don’t own one, they don’t want one and think learning how to use a computer is too complicated. They have a point.
What about credit cards? Do you own one? Can you leave home without it? Do you face dangers if your credit card information falls into the wrong hands? Full Story
And these notes made it all worthwhile
Neighbor Grover sez timing
has a lot to do with the success
of a rain dance.
When the Rockdale Rotary Club sponsored the Carson & Barnes three-ring circus for two appearances in Rockdale recently, a lot of tickets were made available for youngsters. Full Story
Speed traps, longhairs and water boarding
Speed trap is one of those terms that has a very bad connotation to drivers, especially if you’ve ever received a speeding citation in a small, seemingly one-horse town.
Horror stories emanate from such experiences and most grow with the telling. Full Story