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Today's Opinions

  • The newspaper still matters

    This past July marked my 10th year with The Lebanon Enterprise.

    And in those 10 years, things have changed drastically with this newspaper.

    Actually, the word "drastically" doesn't even begin to describe the number of changes we have experienced here at the Enterprise.

    Our heads are still spinning, to be honest.

    But, there is one thing that hasn't changed.

    Newspapers still matter.

  • The newspaper still matters

    This past July marked my 10th year with The Lebanon Enterprise.

    And in those 10 years, things have changed drastically with this newspaper.

    Actually, the word "drastically" doesn't even begin to describe the number of changes we have experienced here at the Enterprise.

    Our heads are still spinning, to be honest.

    But, there is one thing that hasn't changed.

    Newspapers still matter.

  • Be aware of the warning signs of an abusive relationship

    By Delena Trent

    October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

    In observance of this The Caring Place put together a checklist of "signs" of a relationship that is headed down a dangerous path. 

  • A bright future lies ahead for newspapers

    By Caroline H. Little

    There's an excessive amount of gloom and doom being spread around these days when the talk turns to the future of newspapers. In fact, the mere mention of the future of newspapers suggests that there might not be one. There is no question that the newspaper business has been disrupted. And yet, what the doomsayers fail to see is that newspapers are well on their way to ensuring that a bright future lies ahead.

  • The newspaper still matters

    This past July marked my 10th year with The Lebanon Enterprise.

    And in those 10 years, things have changed drastically with this newspaper.

    Actually, the word "drastically" doesn't even begin to describe the number of changes we have experienced here at the Enterprise.

    Our heads are still spinning, to be honest.

    But, there is one thing that hasn't changed.

    Newspapers still matter.

  • The newspaper still matters

    This past July marked my 10th year with The Lebanon Enterprise.

    And in those 10 years, things have changed drastically with this newspaper.

    Actually, the word "drastically" doesn't even begin to describe the number of changes we have experienced here at the Enterprise.

    Our heads are still spinning, to be honest.

    But, there is one thing that hasn't changed.

    Newspapers still matter.

  • Be aware of the warning signs of an abusive relationship

    By Delena Trent

    October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

    In observance of this The Caring Place put together a checklist of "signs" of a relationship that is headed down a dangerous path. 

  • A bright future lies ahead for newspapers

    By Caroline H. Little

    There's an excessive amount of gloom and doom being spread around these days when the talk turns to the future of newspapers. In fact, the mere mention of the future of newspapers suggests that there might not be one. There is no question that the newspaper business has been disrupted. And yet, what the doomsayers fail to see is that newspapers are well on their way to ensuring that a bright future lies ahead.