My apologies. This is old news. However, this is also a blog and not a news report so I have liberties. In any case, at least to me, the story still holds interest. And, maybe there are some out there who have yet to know of it.
This was posted in the Times Record this past Sunday in the Letters to the Ed secition. Since many CW members might not be reading the news in paper form anymore AND the fact that readers can't instantly respond with feedback in the paper I wanted to post it here as well.
Come Join the Fun!
One of the most exciting and fun team sports in the world is coming to the Fort Smith Area! The River Valley Gaelic Athletic Association is looking for athletes who want to learn to play Gaelic Football.
If you get an email or Facebook link with words about a “video” and a “party” or something similar, please do not click on the link or open the video. The one that came to me said: “TThis is viideo frrom yyour laast party.”
Don't almost do something, actually do something! There is a reason why Arkansas companies are incorporated in Delaware and military doctors are licensed in Delaware. Responsible CEO’s recognize their duties to create value for stockholders.
To Our Friends, Neighbors, and Customers:
We are extremely proud to be a part of an automobile company that is driving the way to a better future. We have now served our Fort Smith community and surrounding areas for 100 years, and it is truly an honor.
Here's a new twist. Many of the large credit card processors, the companies that small businesses use to process a customer's credit card charge, are holding money in reserve from businesses that they consider "high risk". Here's how it works.
I had lived in Portland, Oregon for ten years before I finally made a visit to the Japanese Garden that exists there. If you have never been to Portland it’s a city that has gardens, parks and green spaces galore.