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Bits and Pieces for Late November

Here is an OMG moment:

Judging the Judge

So, do we have a Republican-style Anthony Weiner, or do we not?

Public Transportation Keeps People Moving

In 2013, ADTS took a major step in the expansion of our transit services with the launch of

Bits and Pieces for Early November

Why can’t the NFL tell the knee-bending players that they risk fine or firing if they cannot put away the politics when they are in uniform or on the ball field?

Somber Soviet Centennial

November 7 will mark the centennial of a very grim moment in history: the Bolshevik seizure of the government of Russia in 1917.

Mr. Cooper’s Ugly Betrayal

What is the point of making deals with Democrats? In 1986, we were promised that in return for an amnesty of the 2 million-plus illegal aliens in the country then, we would

Aging, Disability & Transit Services of Rockingham County Receives $10,000 Grant from Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation

(Reidsville, NC) – Aging, Disability & Transit Services of Rockingham County is proud to announce that it has received a $10,000 Respite Care grant from the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation. The Respite Care Grant Program recognizes family caregivers and the vital role they play by supporting nonprofits that address the episodic respite care needed to prevent caregiver ‘burn out’.

Screeching, Screaming and Mixed Metaphors

Other causes for the Democrats’ yelping are the two delightful revisions to

LEAF Adult Day Center to offer Music and Memory Program

Plato once said, “Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” We’ve all experienced the power of music; a song comes on the radio and instantly you’re transported to another time and place.

Obama’s Red Army

Recent news stories tell us that an officer in the U.S. Army, a graduate of the Military Academy at West Point, is an avowed communist. Lieutenant Spenser Rapone

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