For 100 years, we’ve delivered the news and information affecting our community. As we celebrate National Newspaper Week, it’s worth noting that the next 72 hours around here are going to be fantastic.
We refrain from endorsing candidates, but we strongly recommend participation in the process — both voters and candidates.
During National Newspaper Week, we feel a responsibility to share facts that contradict a lot of hot air sailing through cyberspace.
We’re nowhere close to the presentation we were in 1914. Few businesses are. We’ve grown, adapted and gotten better. Our readers demanded it and we’ve responded.
Patience is a virtue, and having it on the road or in restaurants can help us in tough situations. We're extending a little for a sign ordinance, too.
Greens are yellowing. It won’t be long now. And there’s a good many of us who are fired up for the colors of fall.
Doing what we’ve always done or allowing the same leaders to implement the same strategies or believing that somehow luck will find us, just isn’t working. And whatever else is being tried isn’t working either.
Our veterans deserve the best care. It costs more than what we’re now paying. And it will likely continue to rise. We must take care of our veterans.