Wednesday, Apr 23, 2014


Letters to the editor

Squeaky wheel
Published: 04/13/14

It pays to keep an open mind

Yesterday I saw a statement forwarded online that read "In 100 years we have gone from teaching Latin and Greek in high school to teaching Remedial English in college."
Published: 04/13/14

Bad connection with nature

My husband, Chris, said last week that I'd be discussing Flintstone Golf, but I'm not. Instead, I'll be talking about how difficult it is for people from my lineage to go camping or, for that matter, have a relatively uneventful nature outing without...
Published: 04/12/14

Holy Week is about the present

The March issue of Oprah magazine espoused something few achieve: De-clutter or simplify life. Oprah, auctioning off her lifetime's stuff, said: ".knowing what you need is more than knowing what you want." That reduced Oprah's needs to her dogs and h...
Published: 04/11/14

Money disappearing at a theater near you

The crew doesn't often go to movies because there's rarely anything playing we care to see. It's been so long since I've gone to a rated-R movie, I'm sure it would send me to the local walk-in clinic.
Published: 04/10/14

Letters to the editor

Healthcare mess
Published: 04/10/14

College mail is worth the time

As I have talked about previously, my dream school is the University of Florida. I want to major in agriculture communications and I couldn't imagine a better place to study. However, when a student registers for major standardized tests like the SAT...
Published: 04/09/14

Technology isn't keeping up with our needs due to cost

Technology is a wonderful thing - most of the time. But as we've seen lately, much of the technology we use today is falling short of our needs, and the cost to improve it can be astronomical. We don't have much choice in some situations but to impro...
Published: 04/06/14

Letters to the editor

Garbage wars
Published: 04/06/14

Which gullible traveler are you?

"Hi. I'm Sally."
Published: 04/06/14

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