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Today's Opinions

  • One heck of a ride

    Do you have a bucket list?
    You know, a list of things you’d like to do before you kick the bucket… Do you have one?
    I have one written in my head. I’ve never truly sat down and made a list. But, I should. We all should.

  • One heck of a ride

    Do you have a bucket list?
    You know, a list of things you’d like to do before you kick the bucket… Do you have one?
    I have one written in my head. I’ve never truly sat down and made a list. But, I should. We all should.

  • One heck of a ride

    Do you have a bucket list?
    You know, a list of things you’d like to do before you kick the bucket… Do you have one?
    I have one written in my head. I’ve never truly sat down and made a list. But, I should. We all should.

  • One heck of a ride

    Do you have a bucket list?
    You know, a list of things you’d like to do before you kick the bucket… Do you have one?
    I have one written in my head. I’ve never truly sat down and made a list. But, I should. We all should.

  • One heck of a ride

    Do you have a bucket list?
    You know, a list of things you’d like to do before you kick the bucket… Do you have one?
    I have one written in my head. I’ve never truly sat down and made a list. But, I should. We all should.

  • One heck of a ride

    Do you have a bucket list?
    You know, a list of things you’d like to do before you kick the bucket… Do you have one?
    I have one written in my head. I’ve never truly sat down and made a list. But, I should. We all should.

  • K-12 plays vital role in region’s workforce development strategy

    By Dr. Evelyn A. Ellis

    The Lincoln Trail Workforce Development Board (LTWDB) is embarking on a comprehensive effort to address the workforce supply crisis our region faces. The factors affecting labor participation rates are varied and complex, ranging from a technical skills gap, to a lack of soft skills, to a lack of awareness as well the multitude of barriers to employment some in our communities face.

  • Army ROTC: From college to officer

    By Ken Begley
    Guest columnist

    I’ve served on active duty and the Army Reserve for 42 years as an enlisted man in a wide variety of units and leadership positions. My time is almost over as I will be retired at the end of October when I reach 60.
    It’s been interesting, fun, scary at times, and most of all rewarding.
    My deepest regret is not taking Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) as a cadet when I was in college and becoming an officer in the U.S. Army. I feel I could have done so much more if I had.