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Tobacco is not porn

Only in today's world could a store that sells tobacco be equated with a business that deals in pornography. Case in point, the Oxford Village planner has suggested adding businesses that deal in tobacco to the "adult uses" category of the municipality's zoning ordinance because there are some concerns about having "family unfriendly uses" in the downtown area....more >>

Letters to Editor

Some thoughts from an 'imperialist dog' As a Baby Boomer I always loved hippie rhetoric, but never really understood what it meant. Thanks to the Oxford School District and Confucius Institute now I understand the meaning of capitalist/imperialist dog....more >>

Opinions

Goodrich's Wheelock-Watkins drain

I have been reading for a long time about Goodrich's Wheelock-Watkins Drain and its flooding. This was an agricultural drain built 115 years ago and was not intended to handle what it is right now....more >>

Don't Rush Me

Back To The Basics

Yours truly tries to apply outside of the box thinking to education, local government, business and life

In case you didn't know this newspaper hosts a few business networking groups. We call 'em Coffee Clubs and you can find out more about these local business groups by liking and following our Facebook page (www....more >>

Wendi's Word A column by Wendi Reardon

Journey of a liver

I soaked in the news calmly but inside I was bursting at the seams - last Thursday would be my last visit with Veslav Stecevic, M.D. My liver looked good. Losing 90 pounds had reversed the Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH), also known as fatty liver....more >>

Letter to the Editor

Reader says 'let good people do good things'

Dear Editor, When will you stop? Seriously, haven't we heard enough from Mr. Johnston? For years all he has offered is criticism of everyone and everything without a single REASONABLE solution....more >>

Spiritual Matters

With love should come action

With Valentine's Day near our thoughts turn to love. I remember falling in love with my wife - oh what a feeling such romantic love is. And now 35 years later I still feel that love, but I have learned that lasting love in marriage is commitment and action more than a feeling....more >>
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Born September 19th
1904: Bergen Evans, educator and author who wrote Dictionary of Contemporary American Usage.
1911: William Golding, novelist best known for Lord of the Flies.
1915: Elizabeth Stern, Canadian pathologist who first published a case report linking a specific virus to a specific cancer.
September 19th
in history
1777: American forces under Gen. Horatio Gates meet British troops led by Gen. John Burgoyne at Saratoga Springs, NY.
1783: The first hot-air balloon is sent aloft in Versailles, France with animal passengers including a sheep, rooster and a duck.
1788: Charles de Barentin becomes lord chancellor of France.
1841: The first railway to span a frontier is completed between Stousbourg and Basle, in Europe.
1863: In Georgia, the two-day Battle of Chickamauga begins as Union troops under George Thomas clash with Confederates under Nathan Bedford Forrest. Desperate stand at Chickamauga.