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HIs thoughts — Death in our streets and schools

Sometimes, people believe that a small lie might be okay. This often leads to bigger lies to cover ...

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His thoughts — Establish your legacy

There’s a lot to celebrate in August. Fun days include Ice Cream Sandwich Day (August 2) and National ...

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His thoughts — August snowballs, this time green

Last week, I wrote about things that have gotten bigger and bigger and more bizarre as they moved ...

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Opinion — Discussing Virginia’s federally recognized tribes

I have followed for the last 17 years the plight of the six Virginia tribes who were seeking ...

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Opinion —The snowball grows, but the brick wall isn’t there

Last week, I wrote about the reality of inflation being higher than the government statistics report for those ...

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Opinion — Native Americans’ role in Southwest Virginia history often overlooked

Virginia’s Appalachian history is a diverse combination of cultures. We recently learned about the African American influence in ...

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Opinion — The funding of African American schools

Since the 1800s, African Americans have actively worked to secure a quality education for their children. Black churches ...

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Opinion — Small business survival at the heart of inflation concerns

Last week, I wrote about the reality of inflation being higher than the government statistics report for those ...

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His thoughts — Government created inflation and loves it

I wish I was as upbeat about inflation as President Biden’s spokespeople. The June report showed a 9.1% ...

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Big Tech steamrolls newspapers

Today’s editorial is courtesy of our friend and newspaper colleague Brett Wesner, chair of the National Newspaper Association. ...

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