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Today's Opinions

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  • A changing sports scene

    ISSUE: Unionized future of college athletics
    OUR VIEW: Most student-athletes will not benefit

  • Don't worry: Sing happy

    “The sun is finally out, the weather is warming up, I’m definitely heading home and putting on my Beach Boy records,” a friend once told me one bright, spring day, back when people still played records.

    I now know why she was thinking about those good vibrations: We tend to invoke music that parallels the circumstances of our lives.

  • April 2, 2014: Our readers write

    Seeking support for raw milk legislation

    I have milk allergies that only showed up after I had my daughter in 1982. I cannot drink normal milk without serious digestive disturbances that are painful and embarrassing. I have lived in states where it was easy to get raw milk, which I can drink without problems, and I have now lived in a state where I have to go through hoops to get any.

  • April 1, 2014: Our readers write

    Politics gets in way of pro-life  
    Children’s lives should never take second place to political pressure.

  • Wheat fertilization and possible losses

    Earlier in the season, we warned producers applying nitrogen — N — to frozen wheat ground could increase risk of N loss. Unseasonably cold temperatures froze the soil sufficiently to support application traffic through most of January and February. Some producers took advantage of this frozen ground to make early N applications and reduce the risk of compacting or rutting the ground later in the season.

  • Ensure that candidates qualify

    ISSUE: 18th District state representative's race
    OUR VIEW: Why require a lawsuit to address error?

  • Hendrickson finds a perfect fit

    TOPIC: Hendrickson USA
    OUR VIEW: Commitment comes from both sides

    It may have seemed like it all started for Hendrickson USA with nine shovels digging into dirt last week along North Black Branch Road, but that effort was just an addendum to the work of landing this manufacturing facility.

    The company, which produces suspension systems and various other parts for heavy-duty trucks such as axles, brakes and suspension systems, has taken a long road to Elizabethtown.