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Today's Opinions

  • Automotive industry becomes regional point of pride

    By Rick Games

    For more than a century, America has had a fascination – a love affair, some say – with automobiles.
    Cars and trucks are more than transportation for us. In fact, few things are so deeply rooted in our culture. After all, most of us can hum the tune of “Little Red Corvette,” or “409” and recognize celebrity cars from Steve McQueen’s Mustang to Herbie the Love Bug.

  • Automotive industry becomes regional point of pride

    By Rick Games

    For more than a century, America has had a fascination – a love affair, some say – with automobiles.
    Cars and trucks are more than transportation for us. In fact, few things are so deeply rooted in our culture. After all, most of us can hum the tune of “Little Red Corvette,” or “409” and recognize celebrity cars from Steve McQueen’s Mustang to Herbie the Love Bug.

  • Take time to appreciate others

    "Everyone wants to be appreciated, so if you appreciate someone, don't keep it a secret."
    - Mary Kay Ash

    I have worked at The Lebanon Enterprise for 12 years now, and the people I work with have become a second family to me.
    I’m not just saying that. I mean it.
    I think they would agree with me, too.
    We are a family.
    We’ve experienced lots of ups and downs together.

  • Take time to appreciate others

    "Everyone wants to be appreciated, so if you appreciate someone, don't keep it a secret."
    - Mary Kay Ash

    I have worked at The Lebanon Enterprise for 12 years now, and the people I work with have become a second family to me.
    I’m not just saying that. I mean it.
    I think they would agree with me, too.
    We are a family.
    We’ve experienced lots of ups and downs together.

  • Letter to the editor: High expectations?

    High expectations?
    A few years ago, our school district, not the current administration, decided to move the passing grade from 70 percent to 60 percent for middle and high school students. I believe this is an unsound idea for many reasons, not the least of which is that it clearly sends a message that we will accept less and still portray it as mastery. In a “nutshell” we preach high expectations and then lower them.

  • Letter to the editor: High expectations?

    High expectations?
    A few years ago, our school district, not the current administration, decided to move the passing grade from 70 percent to 60 percent for middle and high school students. I believe this is an unsound idea for many reasons, not the least of which is that it clearly sends a message that we will accept less and still portray it as mastery. In a “nutshell” we preach high expectations and then lower them.

  • High school was a pleasant surprise

    By Gabby Barnes
    Guest columnist

  • High school was a pleasant surprise

    By Gabby Barnes
    Guest columnist