Everyone not wearing one has an excuse.
I don't understand why, if no volunteers are coming to the aid of the tornado victims still grappling with debris cleanup, the city would not offer to pay those with the payloaders, etc?
I just finished reading the TFP article stating that there won't be flags on the graves of our fallen soldiers this year. I am appalled.
The pandemic is paramount, but there is an ongoing issue within North Shore neighborhoods that requires attention.
I am vehemently opposed to Nancy Pelosi's $3 trillion "free cheese" giveaway.
A friend of mine from Kentucky recently served on a contract crew restringing fiber optics cable for EPB in our area.
My friend says, "Everyone is entitled to their own stupid opinion."
These are difficult times, and we are making hard decisions.
While I understand the need to protect police officers responding to calls, releasing a citizen's private health information to any person or agency is a profound violation of personal privacy.
Last week we received an envelope from the Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service.
Many thanks to all those who made the weekend COVID-19 testing at the emissions testing site an efficient, pleasant experience.
With lock downs due to the COVID-19 virus, I have had time to catch up on things left undone for some time.
Of course, the rub comes when one's exercise of liberty harms another's life, health or possessions.
As a resident between Jenkins and Gray roads, we had no communication or power after the April 12 tornado.
For safety's sake, slow down at the split
I ask why you do like Donald Trump?
I suppose you out there carping about opening businesses too soon don't have a couple of children to clothe and feed, a car payment due, rent or mortgage due, payments on the furniture in your home that are due, and payments on all the other things you bought on credit that are due.
To claim Republicans "want to preserve election integrity" is dumbfounding.
Interesting that our governor just announced that Georgia is opening up.
Since attending a rally last Sunday, I have been called in the paper: stupid, ignorant, irresponsible and a deplorable.
Thanks to the mayor of Kauai, a new word, "covidiot," has been brought to our attention.
Yes, it takes the government to watch over the economy because humans are greedy.
It takes a village, as they say, and I want to send out a big "thank you" to those of you who are sewing and 3D-printing face masks for our community.