Thursday, Apr 24, 2014

Columns

Holy week: Stories within the story

This week is full of stories within what could be called the story of the centuries.
Published: 04/15/14

Letters to the editor

Support your local ROTC troops
Published: 04/13/14

Myers: Are we there yet?

Anyone who has ever had children can relate to the heading of this article. It seems that as soon as the car leaves the driveway, at least one of the children will utter, "Are we there yet?" It seems they have no reference for time and distance and j...
Published: 04/13/14

Reiniers: Concessions on the part of friends

The Constitution produced at the Philadelphia Convention in 1787 was an array of compromises, one of them being the seeming inequity in senatorial representation between larger and smaller states.
Published: 04/13/14

Children need your help to make Hernando a safe place

Hernando County is a hidden treasure nestled on the Nature Coast of West Central Florida and the home of 173,000 residents. Happy thoughts and beautiful images of growing urban communities, schools and businesses mixed with sprawling country landscap...
Published: 04/10/14

Maglio: Millennials, create your own job opportunity

Millennials are perhaps the most academically educated generation in our nation.
Published: 04/10/14

Myers: Enough with speculation on breaking news

Each of the broadcast news media try to be the first to report a new story and the term "breaking news" is used ad nauseam. To make matters worse, the broadcast media will bring in anyone who it thinks has some type of expertise and can add credibili...
Published: 04/06/14

College Atheletes: Employees on a Farm Team?

During the Great Depression in New York City, older folks would talk about "union made" and the "union label" - probably because the garment industry was huge in NYC. This was when the Montreal Royals were the top farm team for baseball's Brooklyn Do...
Published: 04/06/14

Don't get caught in Brooksville's red-light web

If you choose to come to the Hernando County Fair (April 4th through the 12th) or the City of Brooksville's Blueberry Festival (April 12th and 13th), please beware of the 16 red light cameras that surround the city.
Published: 04/03/14

Students are guinea pigs in common core

Common Core is backdoor nationalizing of the U.S. educational system. Arne Duncan, secretary of education, used Race to the Top grant money to encourage and seduce state bureaucrats to get on the Common Core bandwagon. Educational bureaucrats and lo...
Published: 04/03/14

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