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Be grateful for vaccines, medicine
People’s attitudes toward spreading diseases have changed in the last century. When I was I was a child, if someone in a family came down with something contagious, the health department would post a sign on the front of their house, warning others to keep out. As I recall, the one for scarlet fever was in bright red.
Chronicle readers don’t miss an opportunity to let their views be known through letters to the editor.
The Coulee Dam elections were a clear mandate for change — for a different way of serving, for more transparency, for more concern and hopefully for more citizen involvement.
The new year is traditionally a time for reflection and renewal. A shiny new year lies ahead, full of promise.
Going through back issues of The Chronicle, it’s been fun to reminisce a little about some of the stories that made headlines and the memorable photos that have captured moments.
Project to cook through several shelves of recipes falls a bit short
A year ago, I wrote about how I don’t make New Year’s resolutions, but instead set loose goals.
Community members open their hearts to help others
People all over the world are lighting candles at this time of year, looking deep into their flames for warmth, comfort and hope.
Merry Christmas. There, I said it. I didn’t wish you happy holidays or a joyful Kwanzaa. I wished you a Merry Christmas. After all, the holiday predominately celebrated in North America and Europe this time of year is just that, Christmas.
During the holidays, our thoughts naturally turn to giving — not just giving gifts but donating our time and money to charities and community programs.
I came across a list of the most popular Christmas gifts for the past three decades and found it very interesting. In some regards, it was a walk down memory lane.
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