Today marks the end of an era, of sorts.
To the Editor,
Sailors who served aboard Landing Ship Tanks (LSTs) will remember that the stern (or back) anchor was attached to a very formidable 2-inch diameter steel cable on the back of the ship which allowed that anchor to be “let go and played out”...
Nearly two weeks ago we were lamenting the fact that no one in our community was taking a leadership role to ensure local veterans would be honored on Veteran's Day.What a difference a couple of weeks make.
Today marks another observance of Veteran's Day, a day when we honor those among us who have served our nation through time in the military.
The Mount Airy Board of Commissioners will consider what might be called a controversial move today — banning tobacco use on all city property, including parks and greenways.
The good folks of Mount Airy and Surry County should be ashamed.
Luke 23:34 “Then Jesus said, Father, forgive them for they know not what thy do…”