Willie: There are two insurance companies that have commercials on TV that are so good and funny, I laugh out loud!
Westminster Mayor Brian Ramey said he will ask city council to look for alternatives to disconnecting utilities after a city employee disconnected power and water at the home of a 96-year-old former mayor.
Seneca city administrator Scott Moulder told council Tuesday night the city may need to borrow money this fiscal year to cover expenses while waiting on federal reimbursements from the millions of dollars spent responding to the EF3 tornado that ripped through Seneca in April.
When the COVID-19 pandemic forced public schools and colleges, including Tri-County Technical College, to transition to distance learning in March, officials quickly scrambled.
The Walhalla Downtown Development Committee increased its grant amounts Tuesday night before agreeing to hand out more than $6,400 to four local businesses for façade improvements.
The recent killing of Minneapolis resident George Floyd, who died after being placed in a chokehold by a police officer, has resulted in nationwide protests about social justice and cries for defunding police.
Willie: I recently recommended to President Donald Trump that he award the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Dr. Anthony Fauci.
Westminster resident Bill Strickland has always been a “glass half-full” person by nature.