I have served as a Redbank Valley School Board member since 2018 and also served on the negotiating committee for the entire time of the contract negotiation.

Our local teachers have been working without a contract going on three years now. Their latest meeting with the school board to negotiate last Wednesday night went nowhere as the board came with no proposal to offer. To me, this was like showing up to play at a sporting event without any of …

Wow! There is just so much material that one hardly knows where to start. I think we will go with one of the dumbest things of all. That would be product labels.

As I write this week’s column on Sept. 13, the weather forecast says that we are looking at 80-degree days for another week. This is to be followed by another four or five weeks of balmy weather. I’ll take it.

I voted for sanity, for truth, not hateful propaganda; for helping Americans. Child poverty has been cut in half and poverty in general has gone down.

First of all, I would like to thank the overwhelming support we have had from our wonderful church family at the Oakland Church of God. They remained ever faithful with their food, monetary donations, prayers and willing hands on packing day.

In his recent letter in the Aug. 25-26 edition of The L-V, “Doctor” William R. Strong asks “What can Americans do?” Luckily for the rest of us, the good “doctor” lists seven “prescriptions.” Time and space constraints allow me the ability to respond to only his seventh:

Here is a quote from the greatest President the United States ever had — Donald Trump: “In reality, Democrats aren’t after me, they’re after you. I’m just in the way.”

There used to be some weeks when I was at a loss to find a topic for this column. Those were the good old days. This week, I don’t know where to start.