Loved tribute column for Martha Parsley
De ar editor,
When I read ab ou t Mar tha Parsl ey’s death rec ently, I was saddened, but grat eful, tha t her su ffe ring had final ly ended.
I’m su re Mar th a is in hea ven smiling at her wonderful fa mil y, friend s, and acquaintanc es who will miss he r so much and che r- ish all the wonderf ul me mories she left behind. Full Story
‘Aggie Good Samaritan’ returned purse to driver
A huge thank- you to a Good Samari ta n wearing an Aggi e T- shir t and driving a re d pi cku p who fol lowe d me sever al blocks the ot her day, f lash ing his li ghts.
When I stopp ed at a red light , he ca me to my window, reached on top of my car, ret rieve d my purs e wh ere I had lef t it , and gave it to me. Full Story
The Reporter welcomes lett ers to the editor on subjects of interest to our rea ders. Short lett ers are most likely to be chosen for public ation. The edi tor res erv es the right to edi t letters to me et space requirements, for clari ty, or to avoid obs cenit y, libel or invasion of privac y. Full Story
Scammers can read the headlines, too
Con artists are aware of current events. The headlines prov ide the se crook s th e direc tion to ta ke to conju re up scam af ter sc am.
It, th en, is log ical to expec t the attac ks on the eld erly when the news of an adjustment to the cost- of- liv ing (COL A) would take affec t in January, 2012. Full Story
Fourth of July: Fight for independence never over
From th e st art , my aim in writing th is column as your cou nt y ju dge ha s be en to keep the su bje ct matt er focused on county business.
My gu ess is that I’d lo se most of you pret ty quick if I started to ac t like I knew something wor th tell ing about th ings much beyond the borders of Mil am Count y. Full Story