Opinion

Learning more about world religions has been an eye-opener

I will preface this article with saying I do not know a whole lot about Christianity or any of its denominations, and I am truly ashamed to admit my limited knowledge of other faiths. However, I greatly anticipate being well learned in the areas in t...
Published: 08/24/16
Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

Rebuttal
Published: 08/23/16

‘Pledge’ experiment was a big success

Before I start with this week’s column, we have a little bit of unfinished business from last week.
Published: 08/23/16

Influences can’t be helped but can be controlled

Where do people get their ideas about things regarding lifestyle? The media, largely, but also from those who they allow to influence their lives.
Published: 08/22/16

One gift primes the pump

In 2006, John got a job as director of human resources for Broward County Transit. We were living in Alabama at the time so the new job required us to move from Tuscaloosa to Coral Springs.
Published: 08/21/16

Home is where you make it

A few weeks ago, things changed for our family. We lived in a house that was too small for my wife and I, us both being over 6 feet tall and not on the dainty side.
Published: 08/20/16

Letters to the editor

A rebuttal
Published: 08/20/16
Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

Employee saved the day
Published: 08/19/16

Can we trust numbers?

You know, statistics are sometimes confusing.
Published: 08/19/16

Editing out those routine aggravations

When I saw Publix was hiring for the new Sebring store, I got so excited. Not because I need another job, but because my weekly routine would be positively impacted by the reopening of the Southgate location.
Published: 08/18/16