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County Republicans don’t have huge majority – but win most elections

Judging by what we see in our local elections, you’d think an overwhelming majority of Indian Rive

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How do we get officials to require masks in public?

So, what’s it going to take? How many more of our friends and neighbors must become infected an

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Shores’ resident still feels lingering effects of COVID-19

When we stepped onto the tennis court Sunday, more than two weeks had passed since John McConnell ha

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Are school officials serious?

To the great minds who’ve decided we should send our kids back to their classrooms during an alarm

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Do you have a right to know if an employee of a shop you are visiting tested positive?

I’m a big believer in the public’s right to know, especially when what we need to know allows us

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County leaders fail to make masks mandatory

As we confront an alarming spike in coronavirus cases, the experts keep telling us that wearing mask

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How do we get officials to require masks in public?

After an alarming spike in the number of coronavirus cases here continued into the weekend, I spent

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Too many acting as if pandemic has passed

Anyone who has been out and about the past few weeks surely has noticed the dwindling number of mask

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Pandemic forces changes in campaigning for office

Campaign signs again are sprouting up around the county, as another election season is underway.

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Justice shouldn’t seek 2nd School Board term

Regular readers of this column know that School Board member Tiffany Justice and I have had our diff

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For public officials, cheap shots on social media now come with the job

Contrary to what you might’ve read recently on City Councilman Joe Graves’ Facebook page, where

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CEOs run their companies from island home office

Peter Krivkovich doesn’t know when he’ll return to Chicago, where the coronavirus pandemic has h