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Chamber meets at historical site

Draper is a small town with a railroad and ties to the Baltimore Road that carried many travelers from north to south and south to north. The Red Horse Tavern…

Eye of beholder sees what may be

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are not the only politicians in the news. Gov. Terry McAuliffe has joined them as the FBI conducts an investigation of funds given to a…

Our Social Security funds go elsewhere

Our money, not the federal government’s, is going somewhere contributors cannot reach or depend on. Every year, every employer and employee “gives” the federal government 12.4 percent tax on the…

History comes to life at our museums

Years before Pulaski County was formed and many more before Peak Creek flowed from the west toward the east, history was being made. The county, two towns and more than…

Superintendent hits ground running

Pulaski County welcomed new school superintendent Dr. Kevin Siers Tuesday night, who, with at least some sleep, hit the ground running early Wednesday, speaking at the Pulaski County schools convocation…

Mega incomes say something

A perusal of Forbes’ annual almanac of wealth, shows 1,810 billionaires worth an aggregate net worth of $6.5 trillion, with both numbers down from 1,826 a year ago and $570 billion…

Melting pot in midst of politics

The United States has been called the melting pot of humanity for may years, taking in people from different countries. Immigrants brought their culture, traditions, religious beliefs, foods, dress and…

Will U.S. secrets remain untold?

“Loose lips sink ships” was a familiar warning during World War II days, meaning that simple conversation or written materials could enable enemies of the United States invaluable information they…