Mason jars more secure than banks

I got to know Amos several years ago. He had a fairly fancy house in town, but spent most of his time at what he called his homestead. I drove to his homestead expecting to see a crusty, bedraggled old fellow, but an urbane gentleman with wavy white hair and a twinkly grin greeted me […]

Publisher felt government too intrusive

By Don McAlavy Raymond Cyrus Hoiles was a crusty old newspaper publisher who did not believe in taxes. Nor did he believe in compulsory public support of schools, the postal system, fire departments or police forces. His views are carried into hundreds of thousands of homes every day. His journalistic empire includes papers in California, […]