Unfortunately, the Hickman County Times does not have a
website. Some years back I spoke to Editor Brad Martin
and he said he wanted one, but it was the decision of
the publisher, Jim Crawford, not to have one, at least
for the time being. The
Hickman County Times, to the best of my recollection,
unlike HickmanOnline.org, is not a locally-owned
newspaper so perhaps Mr. Martin isn't aware of the need.
If the publisher ever
changes his mind, HickmanOnline.org will be more than happy to link to
it. In the meantime, we have direct links to several of the newspapers
and TV stations of the surrounding area. If we've missed any, please let
Due to copyright
laws, it's not possible to reprint articles from the Times without
permission, so the best we may be able to do is provide a brief summary
of some of the leading local news items without violating U.S. Copyright Law.
And of course we'll
offer our own original articles, investigative reports and series which
you'd never see in the Hickman County Times.
try to expose and weed out corruption, set records
straight and provide a community forum where all
are welcome, where there are no cliques or "good ol'
boy" domination. We'll do our best to be fair, but
when there is injustice don't expect us to be impartial.
hottest levels of hell are reserved for those
who, in times of great moral crisis, maintain
their neutrality." - Dante in The
triumphs when good men [and women] do
nothing." - Edmund Burke
see things as they are and ask why - others see
things as they could be and ask why not." -
Robert F. Kennedy