Columns/Opinions

Legislative Update From Rep. Russ

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We are in the middle of interim studies at the Capitol, many that focus on different aspects of educating our children. I attended a study last week sponsored by the

Time To Stop Pretending And Start Over

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“Imagine what would be possible right now with ideas that are bold enough to meet the challenges of our time, but big enough, as well, that they could unify the

From The Superintendent: Welcome Back To School

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It’s certainly wonderful to have students back in our buildings. During the summer months, our staff was busy completing many projects. Most of our classrooms have Smart Boards but we

Your Vote, Your Voice Don’t Waste It

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More than a year out from the 2020 presidential election, we’re already starting to see “spoiler” fear-mongering from supporters of America’s two largest political parties and their candidates. Will formerly

Don’t Subsidize Companies That Silence Workers

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As Labor Day approaches, a critical question arises: Will America finally grant its workers First Amendment rights? The Constitution guarantees “freedom of speech,” the right to “peaceably assembly,” and the

Letter To The Editor

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Just the thought of this hospital closing breaks my heart. If it were not for the Cordell hospital I would be a widow now. Dr. Bob Abernathy, Dr. Darrell Hill,