The Fourth Estate has a responsibility to correct Democrats' wild exaggerations and untruths about guns. Yet they rarely do.
Garvey Races in Full Swing This Summer
By Pat Johnson | Jul 24, 2019 Photo by: Kevin Kearney Garvey races take off at South Green Street in Tuckerton Tuckerton — The Jersey Outlaw Racing Association hosts its third speed garvey race of the season in Tuckerton Cove off Tuckerton’s South Green Street Park on Sunday, July 28. The first and second races were well attended, according to organizer Paul Hulse, with the first race at Tuckerton Beach drawing between 500 and 800 spectators to the free event. The three-quarter of a mile water course takes place between 250 and 500 feet off the beach so everyone gets a good look, he said. Three or four boats race against each other in three-lap races. The first race of the season saw two racers bounced from their boats into the water, but…
Better than CATS playing keyboards
ALL OF US ARE PROBABLY GUILTY, AT ONE time or another, of using the internet as a way to mentally decompress after a stressful day. Some of us rely on it more than others. But as much as I love frisky felines and charismatic canines, there are only so many videos I can watch of cats playing keyboards or French bulldogs riding skateboards, with or without sunglasses. Through luck, chance, serendipity — and some fortunate web surfing— I've found some YouTube video series that are more feast than junk food for the brain and soul. They're enormously entertaining and — dare I say it — also educational at times. Some take you behind the scenes of the Metropolitan Opera or show people practicing for Broadway musicals; others share what music your favorite musicians…
Floresville man ID'd as murder victim
San Antonio police have identified Daniel Tausch, 62, of Floresville as the victim of a murder, after his body was found July 23 in an abandoned truck on Mauermann Road in San Antonio. He had been shot. An arrest has been made in the case. Look for more on this in a coming issue of the Wilson County News. firstname.lastname@example.org
Akron Beacon Journal: State tax loopholes benefitting the wealthy should be closed
This can’t be what state lawmakers intended, higher-income households in Ohio taking advantage of tax credits designed to assist poorer residents. Ye
Lancaster woman found dead in her vehicle from apparent suicide: police
A woman was found dead in her vehicle on Friday night in the parking lot of Giant in West Lampeter Township, according to police.
Sikeston woman charged with arson
SIKESTON -- A Sikeston woman has been arrested and charged for allegedly setting her own business on fire. Monica Mays, 50, is charged with first degree arson through Scott County Court, according to Sikeston Department of Public Safety Assistant Chief Jim McMillen...
Here's what a Trump presidency means for Social Security
If Donald Trump's tax and economic plans don't deliver the growth he has suggested, then Social Security's current trajectory of a budgetary shortfall won't change one iota.
Stop The Presses! Newspapers Affect Us, Often In Ways We Don't Realize
"Fake news" is a phrase that may seem specific to our particular moment and time in American history. But Columbia University Professor Andie
Top 12 amusement parks for the holidays
Nationally acclaimed roller coaster and amusement park expert Pete Trabucco has released his 2012 list of the world's top 12 amuse...