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Subscriber onlyInvisible walkers dangerous Continue reading...

Political poles

Subscriber onlyTwenty-five years ago, before I ever really paid much attention to the world or politics, I vaguely recall hearing terms like "liberal Republican" and "conservative Democrat." Continue reading...

Gauging the public's mood by their words

Subscriber onlyAn old sage of the weekly newspaper business, who was personally reading up to four area weekly newspapers and an additional three daily newspapers each and every day for the past half-century, once told me: the true people's voice is often reflected in the last lines printed. Continue reading...

Keeping students engaged is Job 1 for schools

Subscriber onlyWith the start of a new school year, it is a perfect time for all of us to think seriously about how students need an educational experience that deeply engages them every day. Continue reading...

Letter to the Editor

Subscriber onlyThanks from the Library Friends Continue reading...

Letter to the Editor

Subscriber onlyBallot will divide and conquer Continue reading...

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Subscriber onlyBallot plan quite unfair Continue reading...

Letter to the Editor

Subscriber onlyFact check of Leffler's letter Continue reading...

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Subscriber onlyAre there more miscalculations? Continue reading...

Answers to Throne's questions

Subscriber onlyOver the past eight years I've spent hundreds of hours studying Bella Vista's challenges, identifying options, and following them to their likely outcomes. I read Tom Throne's editorial last week with interest. He expressed personal indecision about the assessment vote and Rejuvenation Plan, and felt an improvement in the plan would be to close two golf courses. Continue reading...

Jesus Christ: Problem Child?

Subscriber onlySo, I think Jesus might have been a challenging child. Continue reading...

Pulling plank on pre-K could hurt GOP slate

Subscriber onlydoesn't say much about Republicans' regard for our kids, education, or working families when they go and strike all support for pre-K." Continue reading...