Apr 10, 2021

‘Keep it simple and nimble on the beach’

I read with horror in the 03/25 edition the natural wood and wire “sand fencing” will be replaced with white vinyl (plastic) “permanent” fencing.

Apr 9, 2021

‘Get Gaetz gone’

Given the recent accusations and involvement with Joel Greenburg (also an accused sex trafficker), I am waiting to see if once again Republican minions rally around “the lie” of a misunderstood poor (Rep.) Matt (Gaetz).

Apr 8, 2021

Christ born again at the perfect time

Man solving the hatred/racism (sins) destroying our beloved America is an exercise in futility. This nonagenarian reiterates God’s is the only solution, being “Born again,” from the inside out! (John 3:7)

Apr 7, 2021

Out and About

I was recently reminded of a lesson that I was taught since childhood. Sometimes we have to wait a lifetime to see the reason we are going through a particular hardship but in my case last week, it just lasted three days.

Apr 7, 2021

Beach safety proves top priority of county, and we agree

Spending taxpayers’ dollars at any level is a decision sure to spark a reaction. We all have our own perspectives on what government – at all levels – should and should not spend money on.

Michael Bannon Headshot
Apr 7, 2021

For God’s Sake: Sparking an interest in reading the Bible

There are a few unique words and expressions in the Bible that have made their way into common English speech.

One of those words is “shibboleth,” which refers to a word, a mannerism, or a mode of dress that is peculiar to a group. It comes from an incident recorded in Judges 12, a conflict between two Israelite tribes, the Ephraimites and the Gileadites.


Wendy Victora Rudman Headshot
Apr 7, 2021

Taking one for the American team

Earlier this year, I got a summons in the mail indicating that I’d been selected to serve as a juror in a federal court trial. It’s hard to find the right word to describe my reaction. “Thrilled” doesn’t resonate. Neither does “honored” or “eager.”

Apr 7, 2021

Les Harrison: Doveweed makes homeowners fight for their lawns

There are many mysteries and riddles which defy understanding, even today.

One of those is the common names applied to objects or tangible things, especially some plant species found in the local environment.


Brian Lester Headshot
Apr 6, 2021

Brian Out Loud

My dog got a hold of my press pass the other day and brought it to his pit of death, which is a cooler term for under the dining room table.

He put a few bite marks into it, but luckily, the pass lives on, which means more opportunities are on the horizon for me in the world of covering sports.


Apr 3, 2021

Letter: Why do residents need to pay for recycling?

I do not understand why the garbage trash company is charging to collect the recyclables. I will give you a little history.

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