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  I find this quote by the 19th century French critic, journalist and novelist fitting in the wake of Thanksgiving 2021. It echoes the same message as my favorite saying, “My glass is … more
To The Editor:   On a routine visit to a Soviet Collective Potato Farm, a communist party official demanded of one of the peasants in the field, “How was the crop this … more
With Thanksgiving now behind us, Black Friday upon us, and small businesses and cyber shoppers awaiting their turn in this frenzy called the holiday rush, it might not be the best time to be thinking … more
I really wanted to have some downtime this week, so I planned to send a rerun column.I started looking through old Thanksgiving efforts to find one appropriate to send, and I decided to do something … more
My mother sent a photo of a huge female turkey sitting on her bird feeder. The giant, ungainly creature looked ridiculous, perched on the little wooden roof of a feeder intended for chickadees … more
Arguably, in what could be deemed one of the biggest twists in Thanksgiving editorials — at least, in this era of community newspapering — we offer our gratitude to all elected officials in … more
The Thanksgiving holiday season is upon us. By the end of the week many will be wrapped up in Black Friday sales and planning for Christmas.  Before all of that I would like to pause for a … more
Before the end of this month, the centerpiece of the first phase of the Candies Creek Greenway (CCG) will be completed with the renovation of the historic Dobbs Ford bridge. The 1.1 miles of Phase 1 … more
  Maybe it’s the Thanksgiving season or maybe it’s a realization the end is coming sooner rather than later; regardless of the why, I wouldn’t trade these last 44½ … more
To The Editor:   When President Biden joined world leaders in Glasgow for the UN’s 26th Conference of the Parties (COP), the U.S. had high hopes of leading on climate … more
I have been studying up on frightening holiday rumors and found some surprises. There is apparently no evidence that any child has ever been poisoned by a Halloween treat. This is according … more
Like none other, the voices of tragedy speak the loudest; their message of personal loss carries the hurt and the pain and the tears of never more.Yet, for those who will listen and who will hear … more
To The Editor:   When I heard the news Dr. Bill Seymour had announced he would retire after eight years as president of Cleveland State Community College, I suggested his achievements in … more
No matter the quantity of personal achievements nor the quality of physical improvements made possible under a leader’s watch, the most genuine gauge of impact is how others measure … more
I couldn’t tell for sure, but the waiting area looked empty as I approached.It was all I could do not to break into a jog when I got closer and still only saw empty chairs.The place was open. The … more
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