Trayvon’s Life Lost Too Soon

July 16, 2013 in Publisher's Corner

SANFORD, Fla. — The Hammill Post sends its deepest condolences to Trayvon Martin’s family. Losing a child and a loved-one is never easy. It is never fair. It is never […]

Boston Marathon Bombings Claim Three and Injure Many

April 16, 2013 in Top News, U.S. News

Monday, the Boston Marathon was brought to a disastrous end by a sudden explosion that killed three people and injured at least 144 more. Two bombs filled with ball bearings […]

The “Iron Lady” Remembered

April 14, 2013 in Top News, World News

LONDON, April 9 ─ Battling dementia, and severely weakened, Britain’s once “Iron Lady” Margaret Thatcher passed from a stroke last Tuesday at 87. Starting life as a grocer merchant’s daughter, […]

Kansas GOP Joins National Effort to Betray American Suffrage Rights

September 16, 2012 in Analysis & Editorial, Politics, Top News

In Kansas, the Republican Party is attempting to remove this country’s own sitting president from the Nov. 6 ballot in its latest voter suppression move. Today’s “Grand Old Party” has […]

Feds Fight to Rid Gov of Bill of Rights

August 19, 2012 in Top News, U.S. News

In New York Aug. 6, federal prosecutors filed a notice of appeal to reinstate a provision of the National Defense Authorization Act that authorizes the president  to indefinitely  detain “under […]

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