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Perseverance is the Key to Success

Mike Wilcox Mike’s Musings Columnist Good things come to those that persevere. If there is one word of wisdom I could pass along to younger generations it is the power…

Buy Local, Give to Disadvantaged This Holiday

Mike Wilcox Mike’s Musings Columnist There are a few things I would like to get off my chest before I sit down to the Thanksgiving feast I am about to…

Kapernik-Fool or Genius

Mike Wilcox Mike’s Musings Columnist I’ve decided after this weekend’s fiasco, Colin Kaepernik is either a fool or a genius- I’m not sure which. He was certainly clever when he…

Live Without TV, Social Media Next

Mike Wilcox Mike’s Musings Columnist Many of you have had your large 64 inch state-of-the-art television on 24-7, it being midway through the football season, as well as the start…

Only 405 Photos Needed to Complete Wall

Veteran’s Day is one holiday that deserves more of our attention. After all, those we are honoring fought long and hard for our country’s freedom. One group of veterans in…

Let’s Focus on Mental Health

Mike Wilcox Mike’s Musings Columnist I’m a firm believer that mental health needs a whole lot more attention, than we, as a society, are giving the subject. Mental Health Awareness…

The Quest for Happiness, an Inspiration To All

Mike Wilcox Mike’s Musings Columnist It was just a few days ago my first year college child was lamenting about his future. My words to him were not to worry.…

Silence About Chinese Authoritarianism Deafening

Mike Wilcox Mike’s Musings Columnist I’m a hoops junkie. I play basketball and watch basketball, every chance I get. I traveled all over the country attending NBA playoff games way…

Keep Public Notices in Your Local Newspapers

Mike Wilcox Mike’s Musings Columnist I’d like to bring up and issue that really is of great concern to the newspaper community. This is public notices and attempts by state…

Every story has two sides

I’ve always been a believer that my peers- the journalists of the world, need to tell both sides of the story, and leave personal opinions to the editorial pages. I…

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