That was the headline in a recent metro newspaper, and it irked me.
Starting in high school, I exchanged books with an older gentleman at my church named Bob McCart.
Over the last several years, I have had the opportunity to speak with a number of different people about their businesses and their jobs.
Thursday at the Okeene Kiwanis meeting Bob Ford asked the assembled members about the purest form of government here in the United States. Several members answered that the U.S.
After nine years as a representative – four of those spent as the chair of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation – I’ve had plenty of opportunity to interact with Gary Ridley.