Opinion

Poem: The Colors Of Our Pride

Poem: The Colors Of Our Pride By Rachael Dziaba Red, white and blue the colors of our pride The colors that adorn our veterans as they Come home; war-battered and broken With somber faces that only smile when They see everything they left behind Is there, waiting for them Red for the blood shed and

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Letter: What Is A Veteran?

Letter: What Is A Veteran? A veteran, whether active duty, discharged, retired or reserve is someone who, at one point in his or her life, wrote a blank check made payable to the United States of American for an amount of up to and including his or her life. Signed, A Veteran Edmund Pasziewicz Nashville

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Faith Perspectives – November 1, 2017

Faith Perspectives – November 1, 2017 By Rev. John Campbell, United Presbyterian, Oakdale As this column comes out it is All Saints Day for the Church. A day to remember the saints that have gone on before us to glory. The origin of this day came about as the early church remembered those who were

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Faith Perspectives – October 25, 2017

Faith Perspectives – October 25, 2017 By Rev. John Campbell, United Presbyterian, Oakdale Recently on a trip to Indiana, I enjoyed seeing the variety of stages of the harvest, seeing fields ready for harvest, others in the process, many finished, and others showing sprouts of new growth. Seeing the diversity made the trip more interesting.

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Letter: Why is There a “Life Chain”?

Letter: Why is There a “Life Chain”? A heartfelt thank you to all who took part in the national “Life Chain.” Held annually in October, this visual assists in the consciousness-raising of the sanctity of human life, and the loving option of adoption. Participants are silent witnesses, holding pro-Life signs and silently praying to end

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Faith Perspectives – October 4, 2017

Faith Perspectives – October 4, 2017 By Scott T. Sharp, Pastor First Baptist Church Nashville I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say that the division which exists among the people of the United States is worse today than it’s been at any time since the Civil War, and it doesn’t seem to matter what

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Letter: Sheriff’s Calendar Proceeds To Go Towards New D.A.R.E. Program

Letter: Sheriff’s Calendar Proceeds To Go Towards New D.A.R.E. Program This week, beginning Tuesday October 3, Mike Edwards of National Law Enforcement Press will be in Washington County putting together the Washington County Sheriff’s Office calendar. He will be visiting businesses throughout the county for a few days. Last year was a success and I

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Faith Perspectives – September 27, 2017

By Rev. John Campbell, United Presbyterian, Oakdale The first week of Fall, if one drives out of Nashville in any direction they will soon find evidence of harvesting. Fields are already combined, others are in progress, and a lot are waiting to be ready. The season has changed we are in the process of completing

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Letter: Keep WCH Thriving

Letter: Keep WCH Thriving At the age of 15, I started my first job working in the dietary department at Washington County Hospital. Working after school, weekends and every chance I got to save money to buy my first car. Nearly 9 years ago I decided that I wanted a career change from banking to

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