Question: I see vehicles with straight pipes, motorcycles with straight pipes and hear many others that sound as if they have no muffler. If the law is there why is
Police tips on how to beat the burglars in New Canaan
By Leon M. Krolikowski, Chief of Police Within the past week, our Department has investigated two residential burglaries—one occurred on Betsy’s Lane and t
Catch more catfish with this one tip
It’s not uncommon, especially during colder months, for catfish to hit baits without taking the hook in their mouths. These short strikes can be frustrating for anglers and often result in a long day of catching nothing. Capt. David Hilton had a few of those days in his years of fishing, but he found the solution for it some time ago.
State bound: Pioneers edge Enid in regional championship
Drew Blake gave up what would become the tying run to the first batter he faced Monday night at Couch Park.
WLEX anchor Lee Cruse to spend a week off the air after ‘inappropriate’ comments
WLEX will keep anchor Lee Cruse off the air next week after he made an on-air comment that was decried as racist. He was reacting to a story about a DJ who tweeted an image of a chimpanzee in reference to the royal baby.
Forest landowners invited to learn about the timber tax
There will be a free informational session on timber tax for forest landowners on Wednesday, February 18 at 6 p.m. at the St. Ignace Public Library.
Life in prison for Glenn Armstrong, convicted of killing father in Blackstone
WORCESTER - Found guilty of first-degree murder in the 2017 beating and strangulation death of his 83-year-old father, Glenn R. Armstrong of Blackstone
Ivan Smith Furniture to open its largest Shreveport store
Ivan Smith Furniture has a May 23 soft opening planned for its new store in the old Academy building on Bert Kouns.
Tompkins Cortland Community College graduate dies after one-car crash in Dryden
A 26-year-old woman died after a crash that happened on Livermore Road in the early morning on Wednesday.
The New Rules of Middle Age, Written by Women
As a new wave of women step into their mid-centuries, books reimagining female midlife are striking a chord. “We’re not going to do our 50s the way everyone’s telling us we’re supposed to,” author Candace Bushnell says.