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Today's Opinions

  • COLUMN: Not in 'college shape' anymore

    Staff columnist Shannon Brock says she recently noticed the difference between being in "college shape" and "real world shape."

    For her column, see this week's Anderson News, available on newsstands across the county

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  • Letters to the editor - 10.13

    Letter writers Raymond C. Drury and Jackie Robinson each submitted a letter in support of judge-executive candidate Donna Drury.

    Letter writers Brad Martin, Darrell and Shirley Bunch, Ray Woodyard, and Matthew M. McWilliams each submitted a letter in support of Sheriff Troy Young.

    Letter writer Naomi Hedden says newly paved roads are music to her ears.

    For their full letters, see this week's Anderson News, available on newsstands across the county.

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  • COLUMN: Sometimes unaffected, sometimes not

    Unaffected is not a word I would normally use to describe myself, but some aspects of this job require me to be just that.

    Take for instance a structure fire Monday night. Sitting at my desk, almost ready to go home, I heard the dispatcher call the fire out on the scanner.

    When packing up my things, I tossed the camera bag over my shoulder thinking I’d get a few photos before I went home.

  • COLUMN: Tips for apple goodness all winter long

    Columnist Cheryl Steenerson provides tips to enjoy apples all winter long.

    For her full column, see this week's Anderson News, available on newsstands across the county.

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  • COLUMN: Nature's no beauty in casa de Carlson

    General Manager Ben Carlson explains that when it comes to your home, neither a drip nor a drop is beautiful.

    For his full column, see this week's Anderson News, available on newsstands across the county.

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  • Letters to the editor - 10.6

    Give Conway a chance in November

    To the editor:

    I’m taking this opportunity to thank the many kind people who have opened doors for us during this campaign for the Nov. 2 general election.

    Now I’d like to ask a question: If computers, Facebook, YouTube and Topix could be weighed on the left hand, and experience, common sense, honesty and integrity could be weighed on the right, which hand would get your vote?

    The right hand will get my vote every time. I consider [judge-executive candidate] John Wayne Conway to be that right hand.

  • COLUMN: Perfection can be deadly, so don't try it

    We get so much information nowadays about staying healthy, some great, life-saving as a matter of fact. But do you ever feel so completely bombarded with so many day-to-day health tips from TV, the internet, magazines and even well-meaning friends, that it seems a bit much?

  • COLUMN: Hoping for 8-year-old strength

    Last Wednesday, I had the pleasure of meeting Maralyn Lewis and her mother, Ammiegail Simpson.

    Maralyn is 8 years old with curly red hair, pale skin and a beautiful smile.

    While we talked, I discovered that Maralyn loves watching shows on Nickelodeon and the Disney Channel. She also loves to sing and wants to be a singer when grows up so she can buy a house with chandeliers and get her mother a maid.