Opinion columns published on Shaw Local
Rettke: I hope you decide to go use your voice, and your vote, for good Tuesday. Let’s remember that we still have something to say, and a good way to start is by heading to the polls.
Home for the Holidays returns November 25-27th, showcasing our community and encouraging shopping in our Downtown Historic District.
With the first quarter of the current school year now complete, it is a critical time to remind students that their efforts now determine their likelihood of success this semester and school year.
Police departments should proactively put out the information in a timely fashion that provides open and transparent policing, says former Riverside Police Chief Tom Weitzel.
Many of us have a friend who we know is considering opening their own business, or an associate who has a great idea that if executed correctly could develop into a successful local business.
Coal City School District #1 is off to a great start! Starting the year without various restrictions and exclusions has created the most normalcy we have seen in the past two years.
Lonnie Cain: Be proud of whatever you do. You are part of a vital connection in your community. What you provide is needed. It’s important.
Morris’ history is comprised of giants- visionary leaders and doers whose eyes were set on possibility. Many are still among us.
Lonny Cain: I have so many questions I never asked Mom. And, funny thing, I can’t think of a single one right now that is pressing. Isn’t that the way it is though?
A new school year is always an exciting time, and that feels especially true this year. As we return to normal in most aspects of school operations, Morris Community High School has had a great start to the 2022-2023 school year
Lonny Cain: It’s interesting how you can see people more clearly through words.
Lonny Cain: OK, everyone has baggage, but why does it get so heavy?
Lonny Cain: Those who have passed remain within us … because we shared pieces of our soul.
In recent decades we’ve faced housing booms, recessions, and COVID-19 –throughout which the Chamber has continued to help lead our business community to recovery and sometimes fresh starts.
Lonny Cain: There’s a line we all cross, after a certain age. The age varies, but we all eventually enter the pain zone, that time in our life when we learn to live with pain.