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Category Archives: Opinions

Thinking about Abundant Living

One of the more popular verses about blessings in the New Testament is John 10:10. We notice Christ is speaking, “The thief does not come except to steal, to kill, and to destroy. But, I have come that they may have life

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Our capacity for peace

“The progress of the world, the development of nations, the tranquillity of peoples, and the peace of all who dwell on earth are among the principles and ordinances of God. Religion bestoweth upon man the most precious of all gifts, offereth the cup

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Veteran mental health services

Veterans no longer have to pay the copays for the first three outpatient visits for mental health and substance use disorder care during each calendar year … until the end of 2027. If any copays were paid going

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The rising cost of living

There are only so many big box stores around here,” said an acquaintance as we sat around chatting with our group. The topic was finances and how seniors are scrambling to stay afloat (and stay fed). Hence the interest in taking on a part-time job, possibly as a door greeter

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Letters to the Editor 6-19-24

Some movies that make you think

Dear Editor,

When it comes to movies, most aren’t totally different. I seem to always find similarities in parts of them. There were two I remember that were to me at least standing on their own — “Driving Miss Daisy” and “Second Hand Lions.”

“Driving Miss Daisy,” starring Jessica Tandy and Morgan Freeman, follows the

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Dirty politics

William Henry Harrison, the ninth president of the United States, died 32 days after taking office in 1841.

Harrison, 68, presented himself as a simple frontier fighter, living in a log cabin and drinking cider, in contrast to his opponent, the aristocratic, and champagne-sipping, Martin Van Buren. It should be noted that Harrison was really a descendent of the Virginia aristocracy.

Harrison became ill after delivering a long inaugural address in wet, freezing weather without wearing a hat, overcoat or

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Cherished memories around Father’s Day

May God bless each and every father as we wish you a Happy Father’s Day. Fatherhood is a theme within scripture, and we know that God is the best Father who loves His Son Jesus Christ, and all of His children so much that He provided a way for

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Don’t click that QR code

Sometimes when we start seeing something nearly everywhere we go, we assume that “somebody” has checked it out and it’s therefore safe to use. Not so, at least in the case of those QR codes we’re seeing all over.

QR codes (short for quick-response

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Don’t fall for claims scams

While there’s no doubt that the PACT Act did a lot of good, opening up an additional 20 health conditions for eligibility for presumptive benefits, the sheer number of veterans who

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A time for war and a time for peace

On June 6, 1944, America under the guidance of Gen. Dwight Eisenhower and its allies engaged in one of the most significant military operations of the 20th century under the now legendary name of D-Day.

Codenamed Operation Neptune, this was the largest seaborne invasions in history with 160,000 Allied troops

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