11 June 2024
COMMUNITY NOTES: The Season of Celebration

COMMUNITY NOTES: The Season of Celebration


By Phillip Knighten, Charles City Council Summertime is here, and with that comes many occasions to celebrate. High school seniors celebrate completi...
FISCHER: Wedding party populations

FISCHER: Wedding party populations


By Travis Fischer, tkfischer@charlescitypress.com My baby sister got married over the weekend. It was a beautiful day with a lovely ceremony fille...
04 June 2024
FISCHER – Learning to let go

FISCHER – Learning to let go


By Travis Fischer, tkfischer@charlescitypress.com When I moved, six months ago, I also ended a relationship. Nothing was particularly wrong, but it w...
 
28 May 2024
FISCHER – Do not underestimate the power of the marketing side

FISCHER – Do not underestimate the power of the marketing side


By Travis Fischer, tkfischer@charlescitypress.com People like to underestimate the power of advertising. They convince themselves that a lifetime ...
21 May 2024
Community Notes: Carrie’s Girlhood Home welcomes operations program manager

Community Notes: Carrie’s Girlhood Home welcomes operations program manager


By Cheryl Erb, President, National 19th Amendment Society Summer is a perfect time to plan a visit to Carrie’s Girlhood Home Museum & Interpret...
FISCHER: Crazy corporate combos

FISCHER: Crazy corporate combos


By Travis Fischer, tkfischer@charlescitypress.com As I sat down with my breakfast and morning coffee this morning, I checked my YouTube subscription ...
 
14 May 2024
COMMUNITY NOTES: Regional transit continues to grow and advance

COMMUNITY NOTES: Regional transit continues to grow and advance


By Tammy Elthon, Regional Transit Daily Operations Manager We will complete six years of running the daily operations of the Charles City Public Tra...
FISCHER: A pet for a pet

FISCHER: A pet for a pet


By Travis Fischer, tkfischer@charlescitypress.com My household has gotten a bit busier. I’ve been volunteering at PAWS for a while now and I k...
08 May 2024
‘Gotcha’ cameras won’t prevent Figure 8-like fatalities, but saving lives are not what they’re about

‘Gotcha’ cameras won’t prevent Figure 8-like fatalities, but saving lives are not what they’re about


By John Burbridge sports@charlescitypress.com I first covered and experienced Figure-8 racing at the Floyd County Fairgrounds. From an el...
 
05 May 2024
FISCHER: A good time for bad TV

FISCHER: A good time for bad TV


By Travis Fischer, tkfischer@charlescitypress.com There is just so much to watch. The new season of “Star Trek: Discovery” has started and I...