Listen to "Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network" on Spreaker.
tel:18448013247

Rix Quinn’s Morning Story: Ben Franklin

This column was originally scheduled for publication on June 16, 2018 and missed publication. A young 16-year-old Ben Franklin is apprenticed to his older brother James, a printer who also publishes the New England Courant, a Boston newspaper. Portrait of Benjamin Franklin done by Joseph S. Duplessis circa 1785. (Courtesy photo, National Portrait Gallery) Ben More...

by Rix Quinn | Published 4 weeks ago
By Jake Leonard On Thursday, June 21st, 2018
0 Comments

Commentary: Supreme Court decision a slap to the face of small businesses

(Heartland Newsfeed) — A U.S. Supreme Court decision made today marks yet another slap to the face of the free market and another example of the government intervening on behalf of Big Business. The recent More...

By Rix Quinn On Thursday, June 21st, 2018
0 Comments

Rix Quinn’s Minute Story: Chewing gum

This column was originally scheduled for publication on June 9, 2018 and missed publication. Did you ever say to yourself, “Self, I wonder who invented chewing gum?” Well, I’d like to tell you a little story More...

By Fred Cicetti On Friday, June 15th, 2018
0 Comments

The Healthy Geezer: memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease

I’m 78 and I’m forgetting things more often now. Should I be worried? For starters, worrying is a waste of time. If you think your forgetfulness is the sign of the onset of Alzheimer’s, get to a doctor More...

By Jake Leonard On Friday, June 8th, 2018
0 Comments

COMMENTARY: Major ad networks are wrongfully blocking crypto advertisers

Major ad networks have been taking drastic measures in recent months regarding advertising and promotion of cryptocurrencies and other related crypto programs. However, nothing is worse than Alphabet, aka Google, More...

By Rix Quinn On Saturday, June 2nd, 2018
0 Comments

Rix Quinn’s Minute Story: Graduation

I’ll never forget the day I graduated high school. I recall an early June evening, so hot even the tassel on my cap sweated. I’m sure the guest speaker said something important. I think it was something about More...

By Fred Cicetti On Wednesday, May 30th, 2018
0 Comments

The Healthy Geezer: The difference between unwanted growths and skin cancer

My skin has all kinds of small thingies on it like my father used to have. My doctor checks them out and says they are all harmless. But, what exactly are they? As we age, most of us start sprouting an array of More...

By Ethan Slyder On Monday, May 28th, 2018
0 Comments

New Hampshire principal drops “F” bomb on Gov. Sununu

CONCORD, N.H. (Heartland Newsfeed) — On Monday, John Shea, incoming principal of Somersworth High School gave an “F” rating to Gov. Chris Sununu (R-New Hampshire) in an op-ed to Sea Coast Media More...

By Guest Poster On Monday, May 28th, 2018
0 Comments

Fiscal bind may lead to police and fire layoffs in Decatur

Reductions in state subsidies are one reason for Decatur’s predicament, but long-running pension woes are an even larger source of pain. Decatur may soon have to shed police and fire personnel – a concern local More...

By Rix Quinn On Saturday, May 26th, 2018
0 Comments

Rix Quinn’s Minute Story: Vacation (or Vacations)

The word vacation comes from two roots: “vacate,” which means to leave, and “shun,” which means avoid. Therefore vacation means, “to leave the comfort of your town, and find a rustic motel near coyotes.” Vacationers More...