Opinion columns on Shaw Local
Lonny Cain: Life sure can be a curious thing, and that is wonderful.
Since the City’s Business Development Department was established in January, we have been focused on initiatives to enhance the quality of life for residents, draw visitors to enjoy our community, and build the Morris brand- setting the stage for a strong future.
Lonny Cain: Buying a used car in the 1960s taught me a couple things.
Part of our strategic plan at Morris Community High School involves taking a thorough look at our utilization of space and how we can improve our campus
Lonny Cain: It’s not just nature that makes me feel small.
It’s finally here, Family Fest 2022 is this weekend! The Channahon Minooka Chamber and the Grundy County Chamber are thrilled to bring this event again this year for free to the community thanks to presenting sponsor CPV Three Rivers Energy Center.
Lonny Cain: I cannot recollect all the memories nor will I moan over wasted time or missed opportunities.
Lonny Cain: A handwritten letter came in the mail from Kathy.
Lonny Cain: What would love be without a shouting match now and then?
Lonny Cain: If you’re alive, you’re afraid of something.
Lonny Cain: We all need places to hide.
“There’s More to Morris” has become our mantra. Whether you’re visiting Morris for a day, or staying here for life, we’re sure you’ll agree.
Lonny Cain: Because Murph was unique. He deserved his own category on the personality chart. Even if all the adjectives sound familiar, starting with “great guy.”
A column by Dr. Craig R. Ortiz the superintendent for Morris Community High School District 101
Lonny Cain: Readers share stories about loneliness vs. being alone.