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Daily Journal Editorial Board
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COLUMNISTS

The Chebanse, Clifton and Ashkum communities make up the majority of students attending Central High School. The school sits in the middle of a cornfield between Chebanse and Clifton. It’s the glue tying the communities together since 1949. Many generations of families have gone there, inclu…

For some of my readers, this topic is about someone many never heard of or if they did, could care less about. But to NFL football fans and probably some do-gooders with some psych background, it is a most interesting subject, and one with which there is a lot of disagreement. First, the facts.

It started in Chicago, where an incredible 91% of union teachers voted to go on strike and refused to do what they get paid to do, which is teach. Then the union walkouts spread to Maryland, New Jersey and California.

EDITORIAL CARTOONS

This Jan. 17, please join me in celebrating the life, influence and contributions of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This will mark the 37th year our country has honored Dr. King’s birthday as a federal holiday and I encourage everyone to take a moment to reflect upon how he i…

There’s an implied rule among sports fans that any sympathy for people like former Chicago Bears Coach Matt Nagy should be tempered. First, Nagy made a lot of money, and thanks to his contract, probably still does. Secondly, his compensation often required him to weather fan and media abuse …

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