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The next days of staying at home

Working from home is not new to me. Although I like seeing people and talking and visiting, I frequently spend ...
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Just thanks for keeping the community informed

This is a really tough time for the publishing industry as ad volume is on the downswing. Your on-line service ...
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A very interesting way with words

Our Interim Town Manager, Matt Tederick, has a very interesting way with words. The way he can skirt around an ...
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The Cross: Gift from the Savior

But how? Understand that the Savior of mankind had to be more than just a man; otherwise, man would be ...
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Christ is alive, He is living today

“Jesus did many other things as well. If every one of them were written down, I suppose that even the ...
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The Governor, the COVID-19 Pandemic, and the Constitution

In the struggle against COVID-19, policymakers are balancing the health of the people they serve against other important things: work, ...
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Spanish Flu

There has been a lot of criticism over the President’s use of the term “Chinese virus” and rightfully so. Names ...
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Coronavirus: Case for eradication of stupidity, not case for war

Suppose I told you our current coronavirus pandemic can be traced to Wuhan, China. “Old news,” you might say. Suppose ...
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A response to “Better Safe than Sorry”

I’m confused by the letter to Editor from Mr. Bianchini titled ‘Better Safe than Sorry? ‘ because many know that ...
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If your party loyalty is greater than your commitment to all the citizens, please resign

The first premise for Town Council to consider: if your party loyalty is greater than your commitment to all the ...
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Are we thinking long term?

The time is now for our County Board of Supervisors and our Interim Town Manager/Town Council, to think about the ...
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Better safe than sorry?

Everybody has an opinion – time will tell who is right about the level of response and its impacts on ...
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COVID-19 – Governments help or hindrance?

While I am reasonably concerned about having a new virus that affects global health, I am even more troubled by ...
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Tourism promotion without a face

In the Front Royal, 2021 budget proposal made by the Interim Town Manager (ITM), tourism would be outsourced at an ...
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historically speaking

Academic Freedom

A recent incident at the University of Oklahoma should have all people concerned, but for more reasons than you may ...
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The New Look of Compassion

I have been extremely careful over the past month not to be too critical of our Interim Town Manager. Let ...
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Tourism in Front Royal: Fact versus Fantasy – land

The Front Royal Visitors Center, a popular Front Royal tourist destination – is it really dysfunctional as the interim town ...
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Acknowledging Warren County Administrator, Doug Stanley

I want to acknowledge Warren County’s Administrator, Doug Stanley, and his family for what they have done for myself and ...
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Rogue Town Government?

The FY 2021 budget proposal has been applied by cutting employees, departments and funding in the current budget year through ...
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historically speaking

Edmund Burke and Mitt Romney

I recently wrote an article for his column about a lesser known influence on the Founding Fathers, a man named ...
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