Saturday, Nov 01, 2014

Opinion

Letters to the editor

Domestic violence
Published: 10/23/14

Politics and history are underrated

If someone were to ask me what my favorite subject was, I would immediately say history. When I was in elementary school, I could never quite see the point behind my social studies classes. However, once I reached middle school, I realized not only t...
Published: 10/22/14

Letters to the editor

Voter ID
Published: 10/22/14
Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

Zoning change
Published: 10/21/14

Recent child deaths leave us grasping to stop this trend

Continuous reports of young children being killed at the hands of their parents or caregivers leave the rest of us sickened, wondering how on earth this can happen in our own communities and with such frequency. But it’s happening right now an...
Published: 10/19/14

Letters to the editor

Conserving property
Published: 10/19/14

Here it comes again

It’s that time of year again when “momentous” decisions begin to weigh heavy on the mind. Okay, so it’s mostly on the minds of women, especially mothers. Things like:
Published: 10/19/14

We can all relate

We all have experiences in common. That’s what this column is about; my impression of experiences to which we all may be able to relate. Usually I try to make my column lighthearted and I stay away from hot political issues or controversial to...
Published: 10/18/14

Feeling ‘courage-ish’ could be close enough

According to Pia De Jong, writing for The Washington Post this month, the popularity of adding the suffix “-ish” to almost any noun or adjective reflects our “urge to squirm out of the rigidity of words.” Weather is ȁ...
Published: 10/17/14

Letters to the editor

Food and health
Published: 10/16/14

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