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Neighborhoods are the Backbone of the City

Dear Editor: At one time, Downtown consisted of many diverse neighborhoods. Each neighborhood had its own unique chemistry, its own traditions, and its own special,...

Support Our Local Merchants

Dear Editor: No one is really certain how long this virus will afflict us. However, based on recent Congressional actions and government declarations, we know...

Growing Up Downtown Was An Event

Dear Editor: Growing up Downtown carried with it certain “expectations” and “responsibilities.” Some were positive and life affirming; others were just plain stupid. We realized that...

Boycott Chinese products, preserve our livelihood

Dear Editor: It is hard to watch as grieving families mourn the painful loss of loved ones due to the Wuhan virus. One has to...

Honoring Those Who Served

Earlier this week, our nation observed Memorial Day, which is set aside to remember those who gave their lives for our country in time...


Dear Dr. Norquist: I need your advice. I am deeply involved in a committed relationship that I was hopeful could go further, onto marriage. We...

Don’t Abolish the Office of Constituent Services

Dear Editor: As a small business owner, the Coronavirus has forced me to shut down my operations, forcing me to join the 36,000,000+plus people applying...

Power Hungry Politicians

Dear Editor: The streets are empty, the stores are closed, and Americans are hungry, unemployed and suffering because of the Wuhan virus. What do Governor...


(Dr. Norquist is on vacation this holiday week. We are re-running a letter that was published earlier in this column.) Dear Dr. Norquist: I don’t know...

Honor Our First Responders On Memorial Day

Dear Editor: John Di Genio is correct. Memorial Day is a time to remember those courageous individuals who gave their lives to protect and defend...
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