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A tough day for the Republicans

November 30, 2014 For months, Republicans have been fuming about President Obama’s promise to take executive action on Immigration if Congress didn’. more »»

Enough with the Christmas lights

November 30, 2014 As a newcomer to Iowa, I noticed Christmas lights on many of the houses. more »»

The choice is ours

November 30, 2014 Recently we heard on the national news that China has announced that they had a Silk Road Train. In China, Ms. LaRouche is known as the “Silk Road Lady. more »»

Football coverage was excellent

November 30, 2014 To the sports writers and editors of the Times-Republican: Thank you for all of your outstanding coverage of the Gladbrook-Reinbeck football team’s trip to the playoffs and the runner-up in the stat... more »»

Thank you from Iowa River Hospice

November 25, 2014 November is National Hospice Month, a time for us to educate about our services and reflect on how we deliver our care. More than . more »»

Why not skip the turkey

November 22, 2014 Next week, President Obama will pardon two turkeys to promote the turkey industry. Every one of us can exercise that same pardon power by choosing a non-violent Thanksgiving observance. more »»

Delivery drivers needed

November 22, 2014 If you have ever felt the urge to do some good for people in need in our community, then we have just the thing for you. more »»

Make time to quit smoking

November 19, 2014 Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014 marks the 38th anniversary of the Great American Smokeout. Smokers who want to quit for at least one day can participate in the hope that they will quit forever. more »»

Musings from a retired editor

November 18, 2014 Listening to the radio in the mornings, while waiting for the morning paper, as this is what old guys do, I have noticed certain problems among announcers: Some can’t pronounce VULNERABLE. more »»

Honoring Jean Seberg

November 17, 2014 This is the week a town honors and celebrates a girl who became a star, and while she shines in flickering screen light every evening somewhere in the world, she shines brightest in our hearts. more »»

Wake up people!

November 11, 2014 Have you ever really wondered: Who in the world is really running America? I mean it is not us, we the people. We are not the ones starting war after war. more »»

Halloween party a great success

November 11, 2014 The Albion Betterment Committee and the Friends of the Library have so many businesses to thank for the success of the City Halloween Party. more »»

Thank you to our local health care providers

November 8, 2014 For the second time in my life, I wound up being a patient at our local hospital. I never chose that but a failure with my heart put me ther. more »»

The First Amendment revisited

November 5, 2014 Atheism is the “religion” that doesn’t promote its theology and teaching (unbelief in God) but attempts to tear down and destroy other religions. more »»

Whatever happened to an informed electorate?

November 2, 2014 Well boys and girls the big holiday is approaching, Election Day. Before we get started let’s look at a few national surveys such as Roper’s poll etc. more »»

Vote Thompson for supervisor

November 2, 2014 Four years ago I wrote an editorial in support of Dave Thompson and his campaign to serve as our Marshall County Superviso. more »»

Ernst is an extremist; vote for Braley

November 2, 2014 I got a big kick out of the Oct. 1 letter “Nothing but hot air” defending the billionaire Koch Brothers who are bankrolling Joni Ernst’s campaign. more »»

Before you vote ...

November 2, 2014 We have been hearing all kinds of promises from our political candidate. more »»

Stop the Tea Party

November 2, 2014 Over the years, the Republican Party has given us politicians who made important contributions. Teddy Roosevelt gave us our national parks. more »»

Support Mark Smith

November 1, 2014 I would like to address the ad endorsed by Jane Jech and running on local radio. more »»

 
 
 

 

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