Editorials

In this era, municipalities shouldn’t consider dispensing information electronically as an add-on; rather it is essential. And citizens must do their part in letting their government know what information they need.

History speaks to us in many ways — from the newly-painted clapboard of a one-room rural school and from the memories shared from the long-ago pupils, now aged but still shaped by their earliest learning.

Two elderly sisters strayed from reality when they took in too many cats; both felines and humans suffered. They need our help, not our condemnation.

Learning about our culture, and teaching our youth their history, can help them to not only understand the past but shape a more humane society.

Before he hanged himself in his jail cell, Adam Rappaport doodled on prison stationery, lightly penciling in one corner, in small capital letters next to a six-point star the word "hope" — only this and nothing more.

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