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Should public schools be retraining children's emotions?

To The Herald-Whig: Is using the public schools to retrain children's emotions a good idea? There is a movement underway called SEL -- social-emotional learning -- that involves governmental monitoring and manipulation of children's psychological states.

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Thanks for remembering 60th wedding anniversary

We wish to thank our family and friends for remembering us on our 60th wedding anniversary.

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Thanks for anniversary gifts, wishes

We would like to thank all our friends, neighbors and relatives who sent cards, gifts, called or stopped by to recognize our 60th wedding anniversary.

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90th birthday was a special one

We want to thank friends and families for making the 90th birthday party for Charlie Miller a huge success.

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Men's clothing styles sometimes lack the style

To The Herald-Whig: What is it with the way men dress today? A baseball cap with a suit? A sport coat over a T-shirt? Pants worn so long they bunch up in folds on top of his shoes? Whoa, who let him out of the house looking like that? You probably can tha

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Illinois needs to pass telecom updates

To The Herald-Whig: There are two pieces of Illinois legislation currently under consideration designed to continue to modernize telecommunication services in our state. SB1381 and HB2691, supported by Sen. Jil Tracy and Rep. Randy Frese, respectively, wi

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Veterans make Memorial Day something special

To The Herald-Whig: On May 29th, America will set aside a day for its annual remembrance of all those who have sacrificed so much, even their lives, to keep America free and all those still on the front lines today. Memorial Day was originally established

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Veterinarian treated pets, customer with great care

To The Herald-Whig: I'm writing in response to a letter I recently read that was written by Joy Middendorf about Katherine Road Animal Hospital and Dr. Andrew Kaiser. She seemed quite upset with the court system and state's attorneys handling the case. I

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Thanks for making 90th birthday memorable

I would like to thank all of the people for their visits, cards, flowers and phone calls for my 90th birthday on April 27.

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Mother taught commitment, love daily to her eight children

To The Herald-Whig: Today I came across my mother's obituary. She had 80 years of life, and what did she do with them? She was a child of the Depression, a child of German immigrants. She didn't have many material things -- a doll and a broken-down bicycle