|Some new, sometimes off-the-wall, articles will soon appear on the Hur Herald, including the resurrection of the already resurrected "Ghost of Reason Kerby," who sometimes returns to the mossy rock in Salvation Hollow to enlighten an often troubled and curious Little Billy Braveheart.|
We will continue to do history stories on the front page, a magazine-like format/
Herald will no longer do news, such as circuit and magistrate court reports, criminal cases, property crimes, fires, accidents, disasters, obituaries, government news, real estate transfers, marriages and divorces, daily promotion of events and activities, etc. etc.
We have renewed the Hur Herald domain for nine years.
We are hopeful to raise $500 annually by Sept. to keep it on-line, having already received $200.
Stories will return regarding the meetings of the Hur Council for Social Improvement and Upward Mobility presided by Mayor Neville Nitz.
Nitz was once in a snit over a Supreme Court ruling about the eminent domain take-over of Dolly Kerby's property down on Slider Fork for the proposed development of Hur Liposuction and Soap Factory.
A few years ago, Nitz was embarrassed when a concealed weapon in his pants pocket discharged, injuring council members. The injured council members wanted to bring criminal charges against the mayor, who maintained he was standing on his Second Amendment rights to protect himself from crazy council members.
Nitz said, "If you had tobacco spit splattered on your suit in a meeting, you'd get protection too." But as the consummate politician, he always proclaimed "I love everyone."
And then there will be a new column called "Lord Love A Duck," an exclamation uttered when nothing else will fit, when stunned or dismayed.