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Last week was a busy one at the State Capitol as we began to pass several pieces of legislation dealing with the budget, public safety,... [Read More]
In addition to advancing legislation in committees and on the House Floor, the Georgia General Assembly welcomed agribusiness leaders, firefighters, surgeons, and representatives from numerous... [Read More]
If you drive a car, I'll tax the street,... [Read More]
As part of a class project for the novel "The Watsons Go to Birmingham," my classmates and I are contacting newspapers across the country in... [Read More]
Use your credibility to stand against Trump's attacks on key facets of our democracy... [Read More]
In an ironic twist, over the past few years the word "blessed," or more accurately #blessed, has made its way into our current, secular pop... [Read More]
"Whose child has to die before somebody does something? [Read More]
Bloomington aldermen need to soak up some of the "good neighbor" culture promoted by McLean County's largest employer. [Read More]
I just got off the phone with U.S. Rep. Darin LaHood's office. I called his office to find out where he was holding a town... [Read More]
A few weeks ago I wrote a message to U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis, who represents my district, the 13th. I asked to hear from him... [Read More]
Missouri's opioid epidemic is sending children at an alarming rate to state foster care system. [Read More]
(AP) Abraham Lincoln saved the Union. George Washington was the father of his country. Franklin D. Roosevelt marshaled the power of the federal government to... [Read More]
If the early controversies of the Reagan administration are any indication — the contretemps over whether the Agriculture Department should count ketchup as a vegetable... [Read More]
In 1831, the then-town of Lowell (no, I wasn't working at the newspaper then) was deeply divided over a major public issue: Should Lowell expand... [Read More]
Jamestown Sun The Jamestown Sun hands out these bravos and buffalo chips this week:... [Read More]
Editorial on Ohio governor's proposal to have teachers complete business internships in order to renew teacher's license. [Read More]
The following Speak Out! messages appear in Feb. 22-27, 2017 editions of the Journal & Topics Newspapers. [Read More]
Jamestown Sun We have reached the halfway point of the 65th legislative session, and bills that have passed the House move on to the Senate... [Read More]
Editor, The Transcript:... [Read More]