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Editorial Cartoon: Vote For Me
Editorial Cartoon: Vote For Me

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A berry, berry tasty season is finally upon us!
A berry, berry tasty season is finally upon us!

If you can ignore the clouds of yellow pollen -- or at least pretend they don't exist -- it's a great time of the year.
And that's especially true if you like to eat.
If you hadn't already noticed, strawberries are coming in -- and getting sweeter by the day -- and a lot of other early spring crops are becoming available.


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School budget proposal should prompt a debate

The pending budget decision by the Franklin County commissioners will be critical for the county school system -- but the process, dare we say logic, behind the eventual decision could be enlightening.
The school board is requesting $22,349,831 to fully fund the county schools for the 2019-20 school year.


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Lies, misinformation spread like a wildfire
Lies, misinformation spread like a wildfire

Like a lot of people, I sat near a screen on Tuesday and watched a rapidly building conflagration spread across the atmosphere.
Yes. The Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris was on fire and towers of flames and plumes of smoke colored the sky.
But, faster than the red hue signaling the combustion of centuries old materials could fill the frames of our television sets and computer monitors, misinformation was chugging through the information superhighway like a locomotive.


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Editorial Cartoon: Dem Candidates
Editorial Cartoon: Dem Candidates

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