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TONTITOWN — Baseball is not just a lifelong passion for Donald Thomas; it’s also a profession.
Q. My nephew announced that he is planning to get married in a civil ceremony. I believe neither he nor his fiancée is dedicated to a religion. He is a “fallen-away Catholic” millennial. (Question Corner, Seeds of Faith)
It is an understatement to say that political polarization in our communities is intense. Some people are close to despair that they will ever be able to have a fruitful conversation with a person of another political party. (Columns)
I love Netflix. I love that I can watch sitcoms and movies, as well as virtually any documentary I like, at any hour of the day or night. For a kid who grew up with three channels, rabbit ears and the occasional VHS rental cassette, it’s quite an amazing advancement. (Columns)
Wednesday, Sept. 2, was the 75th anniversary of V-J Day and the end of World War II. On that Sunday morning in 1945, Japan's leaders, on the deck of the battleship USS Missouri, signed official surrender papers. (Guest Commentary)
Amid a pandemic, it is difficult to understand how it is morally acceptable to end the Temporary Protected Status of 300,000 U.S. residents and tell them to return to their birthplaces. (Editorial)