We'll get through this; we're Americans — that's what we do
Steve Eighinger

We'll get through this; we're Americans — that's what we do

This an extremely sobering time to be a citizen of America. In fact, it is an incredibly sobering time to be a citizen of the world.

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Democrats fear drug's use will bolster Trump in election

The fight against the coronavirus pandemic has been compared by some to a war, and Donald Trump as a wartime president, both of which I believe are appropriate.

Inspiring news, concerning news and some nightly hope
Steve Eighinger

Inspiring news, concerning news and some nightly hope

A few thoughts as we continue to try and work our way this pandemic together. º Drew Brees, the veteran NFL quarterback of the Saints, has donated $5 million toward COVID-19 assistance in Louisiana, particularly in his home city of New Orleans.

Letters

Veterans Home staff working hard to protect residents

These times are especially trying. While everybody takes care to protect themselves from COVID-19, it's important to recognize the service and sacrifice of frontline workers taking care to protect others.

Your Turn/Rolla Wike
Your Turn

Your Turn/Rolla Wike

Rolla Kay (Wheelock) Wike says people ask if her name is a nickname for something, but it's not -- it was her grandfather's name. Her birthday is on the 29th, so she quit counting after that and is "forever 29."

That next baseball lunch is on hold
Steve Eighinger

That next baseball lunch is on hold

That next hamburger is going to taste absolutely wonderful. And I'll probably have my customary side order of fried mushrooms, too. Unfortunately, I'm going to have to wait awhile on both.

Letters

Blessing working with its vendors to assure staff has supplies, equipment

Our world turned upside down on Jan. 19, when the first positive coronavirus case was reported in America. It reached the communities in which we live two months later.

Hey, we're all in this together
Steve Eighinger

Hey, we're all in this together

Facebook often provides us entertainment, allows us to laugh at the world. Other times, this crazy, addictive form of social media lifts us up. Each month I like to offer my favorite Facebook posts.

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Census cannot take back seat in wake of COVID-19

A ONCE unthinkable situation has become our new normal, at least for now. On Friday, Gov. J.B. Pritzker issued a stay-at-home order for the state, which took effect at 5 p.m. Saturday.

Letters

65th anniversary wishes appreciated

We would like to thank everyone for all the cards and phone calls in honor of our 65th wedding anniversary that we received.

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