Opinion
Dear editor: District 834 is seeking a new superintendent, and they’re surveying the public. As a parent myself it’s especially important. Here are my thoughts on the issue: Budget leadership: Deficits have been at least $3-4 million per year, the reserve fund has gone from $28 to $5 million in ...Read More
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BY THOM BLACK In the last few years, a great deal of coverage in Christian print and electronic media about the phenomenon of “20-somethings” (or “Millennials”) leaving the church. A check of Google under the phrase “20-somethings leaving the church” lists a total of 36,600,000 results. ...Read More
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BY NATASHA THORAGER Books with a fairy tale undertone are very popular. Unfortunately, for children who haven’t had exposure to fairy tales, reading these books can be confusing. Take time to check out the many fairy tale anthologies at your library. When your child is comfortable in retelling the...Read More
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Because they present more of a risk, auto insurance rates are generally higher for teenage drivers. However, there are some ways you can both protect yourself financially and lower the cost of insuring your teen by doing the following: Understand the risk: It is important to talk to your teen about ...Read More
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The last time I attempted karaoke, I ended up snorting into the microphone. And not because I was entertaining an audience of toddlers with “Old MacDonald.” Instead, I broke out into snort-inducing laughter after publicly butchering the lyrics to some Iggy Azalea. There are some songs that just ...Read More
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