December 11, 2016
Opinion
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Unlike millions of Americans a couple of weeks ago, I didn’t watch a single minute of the NFL draft. However, despite my avoidance, I couldn’t help but be bombarded by the news of Laremy Tunsil’s Twitter account being hacked and a video of him smoking marijuana in a gas mask being exposed to the masses. more
The preservation of natural resources is vital to our way of life. The county’s proximity to water and forest areas is a huge economic driving force for many local businesses, and hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation in general is a tradition held close to the heart for many families. more
Many parents in the Au Gres-Sims School District have demonstrated their disappointment and anger over a graphic video shown to fifth-graders that displayed animal cruelty, leaving many of the children disturbed. more
Don’t hate me when I am on scene at an accident or covering a car in the ditch with the cold rain pouring down on me or cold snow blistering my skin. If my discomfort leads me to write a story … more
The sucker run is upon us, meaning many local anglers will be joined by people flocking to the banks of the Rifle River and other local streams looking to participate in the fast-paced fishing associated with this time of year. more
Two things I have never been good at — saving money and paying any attention to Facebook challenges. more
So here I am again on top of a ladder wielding a paintbrush. After distractions, procrastination, burnout, bailout, hours of labor and some much-appreciated aid, I will get this room done ... more
I have always liked winter. I remember being young and waiting for school to be called off, which it rarely was, so that I could go out and enjoy the fresh snow. Some of my fondest memories … more
Not happy with the government? Run. It’s not uncommon to hear people complain about the government. It seems people always have negative things to say about politicians, both local and national. more
With the changing of the season comes plenty of cleanup work for many area families, as the snow melts away to expose a yard littered with sticks, tree limbs and other debris — much of which will be gathered up and burned near a ditch line or curb. more
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