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Today's Opinions

  • Don't forget about Kara

    Every day when I arrive to work and when I leave to go home, I see Kara Tingle Rigdon's face.

    For months, a missing person's poster has been taped on the Enterprise's front door that includes Kara's photo and information about her disappearance.

    This Sunday, July 17, will mark the one-year anniversary of when she was last seen.

  • Jeff Wooldridge's statement on his dismissal as animal control officer

    When I first became the Animal Control Officer for Marion County back in March of 2007, I had no idea exactly what would be required to do this job. It was way more demanding than I could have ever anticipated. Even my animal background did not prepare me for the physical and mental requirements that are necessary in being an Animal Control Officer and operating an Animal Shelter.

  • Letter: Police seek neighborhood watch participants

    The Lebanon Police Department would like to start a Block Watch program in your neighborhood, but we need the help of the good citizens of Lebanon. 

    Even though we patrol your neighborhood, we are only there for a short period of time. As a resident, you know better than anyone what is happening in your neighborhood.

    By meeting once a month in a relaxed atmosphere, this program will help the Lebanon Police Department to better serve the citizens of our community.

  • Letter: Wooldridge firing is bogus
  • Letter: MADD commends the Enterprise
  • Don't forget about Kara

    Every day when I arrive to work and when I leave to go home, I see Kara Tingle Rigdon's face.

    For months, a missing person's poster has been taped on the Enterprise's front door that includes Kara's photo and information about her disappearance.

    This Sunday, July 17, will mark the one-year anniversary of when she was last seen.

  • Don't forget about Kara

    Every day when I arrive to work and when I leave to go home, I see Kara Tingle Rigdon's face.

    For months, a missing person's poster has been taped on the Enterprise's front door that includes Kara's photo and information about her disappearance.

    This Sunday, July 17, will mark the one-year anniversary of when she was last seen.

  • Jeff Wooldridge's statement on his dismissal as animal control officer

    When I first became the Animal Control Officer for Marion County back in March of 2007, I had no idea exactly what would be required to do this job. It was way more demanding than I could have ever anticipated. Even my animal background did not prepare me for the physical and mental requirements that are necessary in being an Animal Control Officer and operating an Animal Shelter.