Monthly Archives: December 2012

Point : Counterpoint on DNJ OpEd


While the DNJ was right on target in today’s year-end review article called “2012 Winners & Losers” about the city benefiting from Bruce Richardson as interim city administrator and a mayor working full time, we have a very differing opinion…

Stone Soup: We’ll Miss the Mayans

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A week after anthropologists managed to scare the beejeezies out of everyone thinking the world was ending, here we all are. But don’t despair all you stock-pilers who have your treasures hidden in secret rooms and bunkers… the “Prophet Gabriel”…

LaVergne: Best of, Worst of 2012

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Oh LaVergne. You’ve had some spectacular moments this year, but you’ve had some pretty dismal ones as well.  Here is our view of the best of LaVergne and the worst of LaVergne in 2012. BEST High School Students Rescue Boy…

Merry Christmas, Y’all!

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Wishing you a very Merry Christmas on this beloved day.  May your stockings be full, may you give and receive from love rather than obligation, may your meal be healthy and plentiful, and may you share the day with special…

Guest Column: On Mental Health

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Like the rest of us, my friend was deeply affected by the terrible events at Sandy Hook Elementary School. He struggles every day with mental health issues, and I have been a witness to the depression and hopelessness he battles.…

Man It’s Like a Ghost Town Here

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It’s obvious that most online conversations have shifted from blogs and over to social networking sites (read: Facebook). That’s okay, but we still want to start the car and drive it around the block over here now and then.  Therefore,…