Opinion

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

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Libertarian candidate
Published: 08/18/16

Lottery dollars need to be distributed equitably to ensure adequate school funding

In response to Jason Biance’s question, if Proposition 5 doesn’t pass, what then?
Published: 08/18/16

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Schools’ capital improvement funds
Published: 08/17/16

The Olympics brings the world together

The crowd roars, wild and passionate, excited and scared. Some sit glued to the television in their jammies, others pay the hefty fee to sit in the grand Rio stadium. The Olympics are here; the games have begun; nations stand united.
Published: 08/17/16

I pledge allegiance to the U.S. flag

As many of you know, I am a teacher at Sebring High School. After 14 years of teaching Math, I decided I’d like to teach U.S. history. Our principal, Dr. Lindsay, graciously agreed to let me move to the Social Studies department this school ye...
Published: 08/16/16
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Vote for Blackman
Published: 08/16/16

Embracing a new dinner savior — the crockpot

What is worse after a long hard day than coming home from work and having to immediately begin working on household chores? Not a lot.
Published: 08/15/16

Local is where it’s at

When I was a kid growing up in Michigan, all colds, flu, ear infections, etc., happened in winter and were blamed on the cold, snowy weather. It just made sense, at least to a child.
Updated one month ago
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Letters to the editor

Martian ambassador
Updated one month ago