Daily Archives: January 11, 2018

Robert Mueller: American Hero

Robert Mueller is under-appreciated and should be celebrated as a true American hero regardless of his findings. Mueller, a Republican, volunteered for a thankless job: investigating an international scandal that almost certainly would lead to the President and/or those closest to him, which is in fact why he is being criticized. Why did he do it?…

James “Jim” Donald Martin

Lt. Colonel (Ret.) James (Jim) Donald Martin, husband, father, brother, and friend, passed away on Thursday, January 4, 2018. He had been fighting Parkinson’s Disease for the last 10 years. Jim recently celebrated his 77th birthday on December 8th. He was preceded in death by his parents, John Clyde and Louise Thomas Martin, sister Carolyn…

Wise Guys and Old Folks

Fox News programming has come up with what I believe may be one of the best panel talk shows since conservative William F. Buckley, Jr. examined and challenged this nation’s ideals through his many publications and through his long-running and very popular Sunday television program “Firing Line.” For those of us old enough to remember,…

Tigers on TV

FCHS puts students on camera, behind the scenes by Riley Hicks When Jamey Trask first decided to help coach the Fayette County High School football team, he never imagined it eventually would lead him down a whole new road. What started as putting together highlight tapes for football players helped Trask find a passion for…

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