|Published March 20, 2007|
The statement, "Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it" written by Charles D. Warner in the 1800s is both right and wrong. It is correct in saying the weather is often a topic of conversation. However it is wrong in say...
Letter to the Editor: Supportive staff at San Rafael
My name is Weston Allinson. I'm from San Rafael Junior High. I'm in the seventh grade. So far this year at San Rafael is going great I've met new friends, have awesome teachers, it's all good. The teachers at San Rafael are really supportive to kids ...
Letter to the Editor: Support of school vouchers
Freedom of Education or freedom from forced childhood indoctrination by public schools religions (i.e. atheism, anti-God, homosexuality, secular humanism, abortion rights and a whole host of other ultra liberal extremist agendas and beliefs) is why U...
Letter to the Editor: Stop the stop signs
Huntington City Council is under the impression that stop signs were created as a means of controlling speed. While I think highly of our city officials as individuals and applaud the city's interest in creating a safe atmosphere in our town, I am v...
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April 25, 2011
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