Editorial: Selling Augusta beyond the Masters The Augusta Chronicle
When you listen to Bennish Brown, even for a minute, he sounds like an Augusta native.He's not, but he's an awfully quick study. Since taking over last July as ...
Opinion | Editorial: Kenney storm clouds moving in from the West TheSpec.com
While some say Jason Kenney will be a calmer, more conciliatory leader in government than when he was campaigning for election, we wouldn't count on it.
Guest Editorial: Notre Dame rebuild is a project for the ages Eagle-Tribune
The Eagle-Tribune occasionally publishes editorials that have appeared in other newspapers. This editorial originated with a sister newspaper, The Mankato ...
Editorial: Politics of counting complicate 2020 census Gainesville Times
The battle lines are being drawn for political warfare in 2020, and they aren't related to the upcoming election cycle. The looming 2020 census effort is being ...
Editorial: Add clawback provisions to economic incentive packages Charleston Post Courier
A privately funded analysis of the SC Commerce Department's justification for a $1008 million incentive package for the Carolina Panthers reinforces ...
EDITORIAL: Mueller full report will keep pot boiling MDJOnline.com
The release of special counsel Robert Mueller's full report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election merely served to keep the pot boiling as ...
Editorial: What direction now? | Opinion nwestiowa.com
The closure of Compass Pointe Behavioral Health Services seems, well, pointless.
Texas lawmakers, stop messing with local control [Editorial] Chron.com
Texans should be outraged by the way they're treated by autocratic legislators who think nothing of imposing restrictions that ignore the will of the people.
Different types of business growth good for the community | Editorial News-Herald.com
It's interesting to see the different ways that businesses can grow.
Editorial: As Escambia leaders lock out public, journalism reveals chaos Pensacola News Journal
Reporting from the PNJ's Jim Little has shed light on public business in ways that county administrators failed to.
Editorial | Big winners in sporting world Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette
The Masters Tournament and Boston Marathon produced some great stories.People love comeback stories, and there are few better than the stunning triumph ...
Editorial: Demand FCC action to stop robo-calls The Mercury
Remember the advent of the “Do Not Call List”? The year was 2003, and consumers tired of picking up the phone to an unwanted sales pitch were happy to be.
Editorial: Lessons from an Ottawa woman's suicide Ottawa Citizen
Suicidal people are some of the most vulnerable among us.
Editorial: School board members should show up or step down Glens Falls Post-Star
The Warrensburg community is split over whether the school should hire armed officers for security, but one thing it should be able to agree on is that Ash Anand ...
Editorial: Thumbs up to significant sentences, Special athletes and valuable assistants Carroll County Times
THUMBS UP: We don't often weigh in on verdicts or sentencing, accepting the premise that our legal system must — and generally does — get it right. Still, it can ...
Editorial: Investing in startups helps rev up the central Ohio economy The Columbus Dispatch
It takes money to make money. It also takes know-how and connections.That's where Rev1 Ventures comes in as a brilliant first stop for entrepreneurs looking to ...
Opinion/Editorial: Survivor: This is reality The Daily Progress
Near Thailand a cute little dog was found swimming in the ocean 135 miles offshore. Oil rig workers rescued the animal — or perhaps he rescued himself.
Editorial: After 20 years we still can't protect kids The Columbus Dispatch
The columbine is a perennial flower often seen growing wild in the Rocky Mountains. But since April 20, 1999, the word has been a universally recognized ...
Saturdays Editorial: Citizens need to be enlisted in the Landings future The Florida Times-Union
The silence on the future of The Jacksonville Landing has been deafening.So a Thumbs up to incoming City Councilman Matt Carlucci for suggesting a robust ...
Opinion/Editorial: Batter up! Swing fells car crook The Daily Progress
It was early last Sunday morning when Clarese Gainey heard a suspicious noise outside and saw a man wearing only boxer shorts trying to break into her ...