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Rural Residents Grapple with Shifting Long-term Healthcare System

November 14, 2018 Across the nation, Americans are making tough decisions about long-term health care for themselves and their loved ones. more »»

 
 
 
Why Don’t Veterans Get The Day Off?

November 14, 2018 Veteran’s Day - many today do not understand the origin of Veteran’s Day. more »»

Overcoming biases and political hygiene needed in Iowa

November 9, 2018 by Steve Corbin With the 2018 election concluded (thankfully), maybe we can get back to a normal life without political banter and negative campaigning. more »»

Unusual Results in Elections Past

November 6, 2018 I suspect we all have had our fill of politicians, campaigns and commercials. more »»

Cast Your Ballots for “Tree of Life” Candidates

November 6, 2018 The name of the Pittsburgh synagogue where an unspeakable tragedy occurred last Saturday -- “Tree of Life” – provides a criterion for voters in the mid-term election – the language they use in their... more »»

Voice of the Engaged

November 2, 2018 Thirteen countries in Latin American have compulsory voting. Roughly one-fifth of electoral democracies enforce some type of national compulsory votin. more »»

STRANGE HAPPENINGS ON HALLOWEEN

October 31, 2018 We’ve all heard the story of how Halloween came to be. It was an ancient pagan day when the veil between the living world and spirit worlds are at it’s thinnest. more »»

No Irish Need Apply

October 26, 2018 I am a fan of the Irish band The Pogues. Lead singer and lyricist Shane MacGowan’s fondness for the jar eventually led to the band’s implosion. more »»

What are Common Sense Ethics?

October 23, 2018 We’ve all heard it at one time or another “he/she doesn’t have any common sense. more »»

A Thing of Beauty

October 19, 2018 Is October baseball. I appreciate and respect I am in football country. This is not an either/or editorial. I enjoy the first Sunday morning NFL games. In California, they aired in the morning. more »»

A Day For Farmers

October 16, 2018 Last Friday, Oct. more »»

Tech

October 12, 2018 In the September 27 “Democrat,” we ran an editorial by Robert Reich. In his piece, Reich espoused faith in the millennials with regard to this upcoming election. I do not share Reich’s confidence. more »»

Photography and the Law

October 10, 2018 Photographers are stopped, harassed and even intimidated into handing over their personal property simply because they take photographs that make other people uncomfortable. more »»

All the World’s a Stage

October 5, 2018 “And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts...” Jaques to Duke Senior in “As You Like I. more »»

Six Things You May Not Know About The Gregorian Calendar

October 2, 2018 Most of us find something about history fascinating. Me, well I like to learn about things, I guess you would call – off the beaten path. I really enjoy the period from 1400 – 1600. more »»

America’s Global Leadership is Threatened

September 28, 2018 Of the 195 countries the United States interacts with, three countries are not fazed when President Trump rails against NATO, NAFTA, United Nations, World Trade Organization, climate accord, Europea... more »»

Drainage

September 25, 2018 Drainage – doesn’t everyone have the right to adequate drainage. When I started at the newspaper in 2015, I thought I knew what drainage was. To me, it was burying tile in your fields and that was it. more »»

Let's Be Safe During Harvest

September 21, 2018 It's a simple fact that when it comes to fall harvest, there's a lot to do in a short amount of tim. more »»

Drained if you do, drained if you don’t

September 19, 2018 The Palo Alto County Board of Supervisors will vote Wednesday whether or not to approve the Drainage District 180 improvement plan. more »»

Are You Glad You Moved Here?

September 13, 2018 Don't you miss the city? There isn't much to do around here. Nine years later, I still field these questions weekly. Am I happy I moved here? Um, yes. Have we met? I know. more »»

9/11 Lives On

September 12, 2018 September 11, 2001, it used to be another day in our lives. Do you remember where you were at 8:46 a.m. more »»

 
 

Victorian House November 18, 2018

Victorian House Museum open from 1 to 4 p.m. more »

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