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Most of us remember where we were and what we were doing on the evening of June 17, 2015, when nine African American parishioners at Charleston’s Emanuel AME Church were gunned down during a Bible study.

We believe in the Constitution and limited government.

During this pandemic, it’s important to think about what we can do to protect the most vulnerable in our community.

San Francisco and six Bay Area counties, with a combined population of nearly 7 million, are under “shelter-in-place” orders directing everyone to basically stay inside their homes for the next three weeks in hopes of suppressing the rapid spread of COVID-19 across the region.

You might think the average American should be entitled to know information that could save their life, their family’s lives or their neighbors’ lives.

The U.S. now has the highest number of known coronavirus cases in the world, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

These are interesting times we live in. News seems to change by the hour, and the message coming from the White House changes depending on what the polls say.

While these past few weeks have brought fear, uncertainty and isolation, we all owe the people risking their health for our benefit more than we can imagine.

This weekend brought a breath of fresh air when it comes to the information being provided to the public regarding the novel coronavirus strain wreaking havoc on America.

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As tax revenue is set to decline during this economic downtown, Grant County elected officials gave new meaning to the phrase “never let a good crisis go to waste.”

A heartbreaking story emerged this weekend that has many in Marion praying for residents and staff working at Colonial Oaks Health and Rehabilitation after two residents died while battling COVID-19.

If people truly believe that “the media” is “the enemy of the people” as President Donald Trump continues to claim, then we’ve got a real problem in America.

President Donald Trump’s campaign against journalists grew to a crescendo this weekend as he devoted a majority of his tweets to scolding any media organization that isn’t acting fully as a propaganda arm to his reelection campaign.

Our insistence on calling out President Donald Trump for his dangerous campaign to paint journalists as “the enemy of the people” grew in significance this week.

Thousands will gather across our nation on May 30 to again honor the fallen soldiers who gave their lives for our freedom.

If the past two days of emergency alerts, chaotic scanner traffic and downed trees haven’t alerted you that another severe-weather season is here, it’s time to wake up.

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Here we go again. Another risky investment is being planned in Grant County.

Nearly 1.5 million new Americans filed for unemployment last week, according to government reports released Thursday. Meanwhile, more than 24,000 Hoosiers filed for unemployment benefits within a one-week period reported June 13.

No matter how divided the country may seem as the presidential election looms over us, we have a lot to celebrate on July 4.