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Nothing is as it once was. Most of us have avoided gatherings and miss seeing friends. People are not sleeping, and when they do sleep, dreams are vivid and crazy.

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When teaching 20th century U.S. history, I loved the subject, and I was given autonomy regarding how I taught it. One year, however, there was a bulge in students, and being a columnist, I was asked to pick up two writing classes in place of two history classes, which went to another teacher…

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Happy Women’s History Month! We used to get only a week, but in 1987 after being petitioned by the National Women’s History Project we were granted a month.

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Last Tuesday, this paper carried what amounted to a minority report from Conway’s Municipal Budget Committee on the plan to replace the prematurely crumbling windows in Kennett High School. It was nice to see some independent thought from that committee, because most members now seem content…

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As a retired hotel developer with a home in Conway, I particularly enjoy reading your articles on the subject of hospitality, including your most recent concerning the proposed development in Intervale and the views of my friend (hotel Realtor) Earle Wason.

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Having worked very hard to put myself through college and then taking out loans to help my wife and children do the same, and then working many years to pay them off, I surely do not want to pay on other people’s loans as well. If Democrats follow through with their promises to “forgive” $1.…

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Arne Sorenson, chief executive officer of the Marriott Corp., the world’s largest hotel chain, died Monday. Strangely enough, I knew him.

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Last week, I read with interest Ray Gilmore’s OpEd piece on state Rep. Linda Tanner’s comments at the Education Sub-Committee hearing on school nurses’ certification for the Department of Education.

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For Christmas, my son and daughter-in-law gave me a subscription to Storyworth, an online service that anthologizes a life via a series of weekly questions that are essentially writing prompts.