We’ve got to buy in. We’ve got to invest in us. Our actions should show our development ideas are tied to what we have to offer, or what we want to offer, and we’re going to go through our people and businesses to achieve them. Let’s generate new people and new businesses.
Several in the community are stepping forward where there is a need. And we remember with fondness a Hollywood icon.
Safety in our schools must be a priority, and our field of vision cannot be limited to either side of the entrance doors or any demographic on school grounds.
Congressional leaders should be praised for trying to help level the field in wages for men and women. Too bad it got to this point. And we’d appreciate it more if the vote grab wasn’t in play.
“My administration is committed to creating an unprecedented level of openness in government,” reads the first line of his memorandum to the heads of executive departments and agencies.
Our communities must be up to the challenge. We must do more than wave our flags and say “thank you for your service.”
Today through Saturday is National Volunteer Week. We join millions across the country in recognizing volunteers and encouraging others to join the inspirational successes.