- Guest Column
Scientific method applied to hiring
Group tries to take the guesswork and bias out of making employment decisions, according to columnist Paul Grasso.
2013 Christmas delivers gift of discovery
Christmas isn't a noun -- it's a promising, columnist Mary White writes.
Life lessons about growing older
Whatever I've learned about growing old gracefully has come from many sources, not the least from my dogs, writes columnist Ken Wibecan.
The Law and You: Animal abuse
In some cases, writes Penny Clute, neglect results from mental-health issues, or there's a good-hearted wish to rescue the animals but the inability to do so as the numbers grow.
Test scores may not tell the whole story
PISA international testing program may not be the best gauge of a nation's success, according to columnist Paul Grasso.
Memories of mother who never gave up
My mother, Lila, was a quiet, almost shy, woman who lived her first married life within my father's shadow, writes columnist Ken Wibecan.
Business 'clusters' can boost economy
Quality jobs, investment in the community are two benefits of the concept, according to columnist Paul Grasso.
Using death to reflect on life, love
I have spent so much of my life clinging to what is here, to what I have, that I have failed to acknowledge the ultimate and natural thinning of people and all things human, Mary White writes.
Community development has many faces
Efforts to improve the community are important, but the form that it takes is the topic of debate, according to columnist Paul Grasso.
The Law and You: Statutory rape
First-degree rape carries mandatory state prison time, writes former Clinton County District Attorney Penny Clute.
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