April 23, 2009 RSS feed / Features

Library Corner

Computer classes will be held at the Fulton County Library on Wednesday, May 20. Three classes will be offered: Basic Internet; Keyboarding; and the Big Three of Internet Fun (Facebook, Myspace and Youtube). More...

Test Of Lincoln DNA Sought To Prove Cancer Theory

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - John Sotos has a theory about why Abraham Lincoln was so tall, why he appeared to have lumps on his lips and even why he had gastrointestinal problems. More...

Pa. Auto Students Focused On $10 Million X Prize

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - With the Big 3 automakers on life support, a multimillion-dollar contest to create fuel-efficient cars is not just a lark for inventors - it could reveal the future of the industry. More...

Armed America: Behind A Broadening Run On Guns

Firearms sales have their cycles, but types of buyers - and their motivations - have shifted

ATLANTA - What do an elderly Oklahoma homeowner, a Virginia Citizen Militia member, and a Texas airline pilot all have in common these days? More...

Historical Society News

The Historical Society Museum volunteers met at the Fulton House on Tuesday, April 14. It was decided to open the museum Friday, June 5, and to have it open each Friday until school starts in the fall. Hours will be from 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. More...

Lemonade Sweetens The Sour Economy

A sour economy is the perfect time to follow that old lemonade adage and make the most of life's lemons. Especially if you're looking for something sweet, refreshing and inexpensive to serve this summer. More...

Financial Focus

Invest in Your Goals

During difficult times in the financial markets, it can be hard to stay committed to investing. After all, if many of your investments have lost value, you might be tempted to just put your money under your mattress. More...