There is not a piece of Rufus Wardâ€™s 1869 West Point home that is without some historical significance.
Whether itâ€™s the living room rocker that sits below a family portrait which dates back to the U.S. Civil War, a book or a simple mantel piece, every piece that decorates the Ward home has a story to tell.
That is the nature of Wardâ€™s writing as well.
The drills were loud, and the hammers were ringing nails into freshly cut wood on Wednesday morning. The West Point School District Career and Technology Center sounded like a construction site, and in effect it really was.
Students from the CTCâ€™s Construction class were putting together a shelving project that is part of the application stage of the programâ€™s first-year class.
The season of Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays are usually spent with family and friends.