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QUESTION OF THE WEEK
When I was young, there was a TV show called “The Millionaire.” It was the story of a rich man who dropped a million dollars on unexpected people and the joys and sorrows that resulted. Mostly the show had happy examples, but we have all seen how money can warp people. A few years ago, I wro…
So I went back to grade school and attended the first day of class with my grandson. It was easy. There was no commuting or school bus. My grandson, a Chicago Public School student, started first grade this past week — remotely. He is holed up in our Michigan cottage in one of our bedrooms a…
SPRINGFIELD — I read The Atlantic magazine story asserting that Donald Trump denigrated America’s war dead, and then I cringed.
Today, I’m in my home working on the final column that I’ll pen from this location. Next week, I’ll write my first column from our new home.
One of the strategies local economic development leaders have implemented is a drive to convince young people reaching adulthood to stay and work in the community where they grew up.
A year from now, a significant historical event will be revisited as the 75th anniversary of the Allied Forces invasion of France, commonly known as D-Day, will arrive.
Have you noticed good deeds keep getting done in this region we call home? A couple more examples were cited in recent editions of the Daily Journal.
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