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Developing global perspectives

In the words of John Ciardi, "The classroom should be an entrance into the world, not an escape from it." Of course, this essayist, poet, columnist, and author was no newcomer to adventure himself. From the spectacles of seven states to the battles of World War ll, this son of Italian immigrants journeyed throughout America and far beyond its borders – and by the time of his March 30, 1986 departure, compiled for himself remarkable wisdom, essential experience, and a personalized global perspective.

August 09, 2011 | BY HENNA HUNDAL Youth Columnist | Editorial


Words have power

It's a different world than when I was a teenager. I've known this for awhile now, but a recent article in the Ceres Courier made me realize just how different.

August 05, 2011 | Kristina Hacker | Editorial


Rebuilding rural America through rural philanthropy

President Obama and I have worked hard to build thriving, sustainable economies communities in rural America. This is essential to the strength of our nation, but government cannot do it alone in these tough economic times.

August 02, 2011 | BY AGRICULTURE SECRETARY TOM VILSACK | Editorial


For our children’s future

Whenever a school board election comes around I can't help but think of the pioneering days when all the parents in a community would get together to build a school, purchase the books and hire a teacher. It really was a community-wide project.

July 29, 2011 | Kristina Hacker | Editorial


Life without Facebook

Today marks my fifth day of being Facebook-less.

July 29, 2011 | Chhun Sun | Editorial


Our daily bread in 2050

These are the good times.

July 26, 2011 | BY DR. E. KIRSTEN PETERS | Editorial


Let’s help lawmakers with their impossible task

Recently, the Pew Research Center released a poll gauging public sentiment on the nation's three big entitlement programs: Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid. Most Americans believe the programs are in trouble and need to be completely rebuilt or changed substantially. But an even stronger majority wants the programs' benefits to be left alone.

July 22, 2011 | BY LEE H. HAMILTON | Editorial


For the love of books

The news that Turlock's Borders bookstore will be closing its doors is not only a tragedy to the city's economic development, but also a hit to literacy.

July 19, 2011 | Kristina Hacker | Editorial


Give in to fair nostalgia

The Ferris wheel - an icon of fair fun - is once again making its rounds above Turlock and the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds.

July 15, 2011 | Kristina Hacker | Editorial


My view on the 2011 budget negotiations

After being involved in this year's budget negotiations, a lot of people have been asking for my opinion of what went wrong. I haven't said much before now because I spent all of my time trying to work on the details of a solution, rather than attacking people in the press. Even after setbacks and frustrations, I remained quiet because I saw no value in fighting with the people I needed to work with on a deal. But now that it's over, I've spent some time reflecting, and I want my constituents to hear my views ...

July 15, 2011 | BY ASSEMBLYMAN BILL BERRYHILL | Editorial


Fighting the good fight

In a time when getting by with less money and fewer resources is the norm and every other week a government agency is cutting more employees and services, it's nice to know there are people still out there fighting the good fight.

July 12, 2011 | Kristina Hacker | Editorial


A second chance at athletics

There's no doubt that the realm of sports continues to influence our society. Not only does remarkable athletic ability in itself appear to impress folks near and far, but we consistently put those individuals with great physical health and strength on a pedestal of nobility. Athletes seem to represent high artistry, striking character, and grand fortune – regularly setting standards and creating ideals to which we, the public, aim to equal.

July 12, 2011 | BY HENNA HUNDAL Youth Columnist | Editorial


Helping Americans through natural disasters

These past months have brought tough times for folks across the nation. Unusual weather patterns – too much water in some places, not enough elsewhere – have driven thousands of Americans from their homes, and threatened their livelihoods.

July 08, 2011 | | Editorial


Getting away with murder

Casey Anthony killed her daughter. She may not have meant to, and she may have been much more interested in her own social life than in her daughter's well-being, but I have absolutely no doubt that she was responsible for her daughter's death.

July 08, 2011 | BY SUSAN ESTRICH Creators Syndicate | Editorial


Sounding the alarm: New Melones could go dry

With recent rains filling the State reservoirs and the above average snowpack in the Sierra, Governor Jerry Brown declared California's three-year drought officially over on March 31 of this year. While the "state of emergency" may be over, the problem is not going away. Anyone who has lived in the Valley for the last decade knows that next year could see a return to below normal rainfalls and snow. Snow in the mountains is critical for the Valley because it is our summer water for homes, businesses, electricity and farming. The snow melts and trickles into streams which empty ...

July 01, 2011 | BY STEVE KNELL AND JEFF SHIELDS | Editorial


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DACA: It’s time to do it the right way

The election of Donald Trump and a Republican controlled Congress promises to end half a decade of gridlock on several key issues facing our nation ...

January 13, 2017 | BY JOSH WHITFIELD Guest columnist | Editorial


Hollywood does remake of Animal Farm

Let's cut to the chase.

January 10, 2017 | BY DENNIS WYATT Turlock Journal | Editorial


Contrary to what LA may think ‘we’ get it in the 209

"We" - referring to those of us that live, work and play in the Northern San Joaquin Valley - supposedly don't get it when it comes ...

January 06, 2017 | BY DENNIS WYATT Turlock Journal | Editorial


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