The election season is what I’m referring to. We all suffered through it. The hate. The accusations. The loss of dignity for the...
Eight decades ago, the world was a different place. A gallon of gas cost 10 cents, the average cost for house rent $22 per month, a...
When many people think of pasta, Italy instantly comes to mind. Noodles have a history dating back thousands of years, but according...
  Communities in Schools presents the fifth annual When Pigs Fly All-American BBQ Festival on Saturday, Nov. 12, from 11 a.m. -6 p.m...
On Nov. 17, Methodist University is set to host the Second Annual Reeves School of Business Symposium and Awards Dinner at Embassy...
The 2016 Community Homeless & Hunger Stand Down Planning Committee presents the annual Homeless & Hunger Stand Down on Friday, Nov. 18...
The City of Fayetteville has a new tool it can use to rein in loitering. City Police Attorney Michael Parker came across a state...
 Lt. Gen. Stephen Townsend is the seventh American general since 2003 to assume command of war operations in Iraq. Townsend left his...
Fayetteville Recreation and Parks Director Michael Gibson says he hopes construction on some of the projects approved in a $35...
 Important policy issues are taking a back seat. Among them is securing our borders. It’s the topic that got The Donald through the...
Who won? When both of my readers skim this column, they will know the results of the presidential election. This stain upon world...
…Are you a happy person? I am not talking about every single moment of every single day. We all have our every day frustrations, such as...
No doubt history teacher Lee Francis used poor judgment when he stomped on Old Glory in front of 29 Massey Hill Classical High School...
Heroes Homecoming is a celebration of America’s veterans. All of them. It’s how the community honors their sacrifices and bravery and...
Karl Merritt wrote a book based on his daddy’s life. It is called From the Rough Side of the Mountain. Karl will be at Sweet Palette...
The Cumberland County Veterans Council is sponsoring the Fayetteville Veterans Day Parade scheduled for Saturday beginning at 10 a.m...
The Fayetteville Ladies Power Lunch inspires, educates, empowers and celebrates the lionesses in our community by bringing women...
There is a play being set upon a stage, and on those planks, there is a fire that glows hot and unyielding.  The play is Henry V and...
Fayetteville City Council has taken the first of many steps to build a multi-million-dollar minor league baseball stadium in downtown...
Residents of the Rayconda neighborhood in West Fayetteville have not gotten along particularly well with the City of Fayetteville...
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter has ordered the Pentagon to stop the National Guard Bureau from aggressively collecting enlistment...
Fayetteville City Council continues efforts to revise its Community Development Annual Action Plan to devote nearly a million dollars...
We are in the throes of a painful 2016 presidential election. This is an election where Americans must be careful and give detailed...
Driving on an interstate recently, I tuned into to Terry Gross’ excellent interview show on National Public Radio. Her guest, a...
In less than one week it will be election day. Yes, in less than seven days all this political madness will be over. The horrendous...

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