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We have dedicated many inches of copy in this space talking about the ongoing pandemic - and for good reason. Thankfully, producing the written word can be accomplished whether at the office or at home, and there is no finite supply on the letters of the more
By GARY SASSE As the GOP gathers for its 42nd quadrennial national convention (albeit virtual) questions are being asked about the Party's future. Are the changes President Trump brought to the Party sustainable, and what will the Republican Party be more
Perspective is an interesting concept insofar that it can change the entirety of the human experience - even when dealing with an objective reality. The weather provides a great example. Take this past Tuesday morning - where those going out for morning more
There's a troubling sociological movement that seems to be only gaining momentum and followers as we plough forward through our increasingly uncertain modern era. No, we're not talking about the propensity people had to stock up on toilet paper over food more
With so much happening nationwide - from fears and uncertainty over schools returning to session in the midst of the ongoing pandemic to a movement for racial equality that has ramped up into violent outbursts in various places - it seems somewhat more
It's hard to imagine a less desirable job these days than being at the top administrative levels of government or any department of education. In a world where people crave simple answers and guarantees, our pandemic-stricken world currently offers more
By LAURA WEICK A former state senator is seeking to reclaim her District 39 seat from the incumbent during Sept. 8's Democratic primary: another race that will determine how progressive the state's Democratic Party will look in 2021. In 2016, Jeanine more
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