“We need to work on taking care of our children and our greatest resources: our teachers,” he said. “I don’t think there’s a lot of happiness in the education community right now. I think there’s lots of frustration.”
Murray Rotary members recently delivered close to 2,000 dictionaries to third graders in Murray elementary schools,
Lynda Smart Brown doesn’t do things halfway. When she sets a goal, she not only achieves it, she also rallies friends, family and business leaders to her cause.
It wasn’t just the opportunity to have free internet access or the ability for her children to use a laptop for homework assignments. For Nivia Zuniga, getting a computer had much more meaning, allowing the Honduran native to reconnect with loved ones.
We take a great deal of pride in the fact that our city is very independent and self-reliant. With our own power, water, police and fire departments, we have, in many ways, controlled the direction and future of our city.
For Clayton Reynolds, this Christmas will be the first holiday in years that he will celebrate pain free.
Close your eyes and sit in a comfortable chair and just for a moment pretend it’s the 1960s.
Murray resident Frank Mower has enjoyed nearly seven decades of Christmas celebrations. But the holiday that is the most poignant to him happened 47 years ago, after he returned from the Vietnam War.
Former Murray Police Chief Calvin Gillen passed away on Nov. 14 after a long life of service to his community, his church and his country.