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OP-Ed: THE IDLE AMERICAN – On the matter of ‘Making It’

Wedged in my mind’s recesses are these eight simple words: “If you can make it there, go back.” They’re easy enough to understand, but application is ... Read more

3 days ago by Dawn Burleigh.

OP-Ed: Story Over a Cup – Saving Private Errors

Picture this, Sicily 1927… Err, wrong story segue. Picture this… My home office, two nights ago. Better. As anyone that has saved a computer file, ... Read more

4 days ago by Dawn Burleigh.

LTTE

Letter to the editor: Free college courses

To Editor: First time in a century, young adults can out produce their ancient generation. I have 16 grand kids. The older one graduate with ... Read more

4 days ago by Dawn Burleigh.

Op-Ed: Talking About Parenting – Together we are progressing through this time

School is starting back for our local districts over the coming weeks and we will be entering an unprecedented chapter in education. We have learned ... Read more

4 days ago by Dawn Burleigh.

OP-Ed: So many changes in one year

Wednesday was a significant day as it marked the day I quit smoking. But as with so many other events, there is a story behind ... Read more

4 days ago by Dawn Burleigh.

Op-Ed: Pharmacists on the frontlines

When a Covid-19 vaccine becomes available, there will be a race to ensure it is widely administered and Americans are protected. Whether that happens in ... Read more

6 days ago by Dawn Burleigh.

OP-Ed: Save our stages

Beyoncé, Willie Nelson, Robert Earl Keen, Selena, George Strait, Usher, Kenny Rogers, Erykah Badu, and Roy Orbison. You’ve likely heard of a few, if not ... Read more

7 days ago by Dawn Burleigh.

OP-Ed: THE IDLE AMERICAN – An opener like no other

They tried ever so hard to make major league baseball’s opening day seem as normal as possible, for the radio listener or TV viewer anyway. ... Read more

7 days ago by Dawn Burleigh.

The Orange Leader

Op-Ed: From the City of Orange Mayor – Chaos builds character

In these times of uncertainty, many have fell victim to allowing themselves to take part in the blame game. People are seriously at war with ... Read more

1 week ago by Dawn Burleigh.

Op-Ed: My Five Cents – A glimpse into what is happening at the State’s Capital

The history of East Texas is rich with stories of Texans fighting for our state’s independence. In July of 1832, an order was given requiring ... Read more

1 week ago by Dawn Burleigh.

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