Opinion

08/07/2019 - 11:28am
Liger Legionaries, hello! It has felt like everything has slowed down just a bit, hasn’t it? We’ve nearly hit the “dog days of summer,” and the summer sports season had come to a close a few weeks ago. Heck, it’s almost too quiet for my liking. Not that I’m wishing for “thunderbolts and lightning – very, very frightening me” or anything....
07/31/2019 - 10:23am
For those of you who do not know, not every veteran can join the American Legion. There are (were) certain dates you had to serve in to qualify. That has all been changed with both the House and Senate passing a law that allows any veteran honorably serving since World War II (1941) to join the Legion. HURRAY. The President only has to sign it....
07/17/2019 - 10:58am
To the Editor and the Rockwell City Community, The Rockwell City Chamber & Development Board of Directors is actively interested in saving the Rockwell City Carnegie Library building and would like to make it the new home of the Rockwell City Chamber & Development Office. There is also potential business space available within the building...
06/06/2019 - 1:28am
Historic Central School remains important to Lake City The words shocked me. “Do we just shut down Central School?” It was one of the ideas mentioned to my fellow board members at Central School Preservation (CSP) in Lake City as we assess the museum’s future. As the new president of the CSP board, I’ve been thinking a lot...
11/20/2018 - 3:10pm
I wasn’t looking for a new job. In fact, if I’d even ever entertained thoughts of working somewhere else, those thoughts would have taken me closer to Indiana and Ohio, where my parents and in-laws still live. And yet, a few weeks ago, I got a message out of the blue from the owner of the Pocahontas Record-Democrat. Very long story...
05/29/2018 - 2:56pm
The past few weeks, several people have asked me if I’m glad to be off Hawaii Island and away from the lava eruption. Each time I remind them that I’m a reporter and would gladly take the opportunity to go investigate a lava flow up close. It’s history in the making. It’s exciting. And a little dangerous. You might question...
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