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April 12, 2024

Funny Papers Again Column | Diagonals and Rounds and Painted Walls

As reported in last week’s edition of the Rustler, the City of King has altered the direction of parking on a section of Broadway as a means of providing a safer downtown environment. All the ins and outs of this trial run can be...

Worthy to Print Column | Celebrating Mom

What a great weekend for Mother’s Day. I hope you got to see and tell your mother how happy you are that she is your mother and what she means to you. I got to see what’s left of the family that lives around...

Window on the World Column | Time Waits for No One

Mother’s Day just passed us by in America and Australia. England celebrates theirs in March. Why the world can’t align days like this, I will never know. It’s probably along the lines of why humanity can’t get along with humanity; but I digress. My...

Funny Papers Again Column | A Closed Park Has No Spark

This week’s headline is bit light-hearted, I thought it would help ease you folks into helping out with a situation here in Salinas Valley that for many is not a light subject at all. I am talking about the long closure of San Lorenzo...

Worthy to Print Column | Family Is the Greatest Treasure

Wow! Has it been a week already? Do you find that it seems like time is rushing by while we wonder if we should wear a mask to go to buy groceries? What have we learned in these crazy times? I mean, we knew...

Window on the World Column | Grandmas Gone Wild

With the world starting to reopen, we were hoping to have a bit of a newsie reunion. Several of us from the newspaper industry had remained friends over the years, enabled by the easiness of social media and genuine friendships that survived the test...

Funny Papers Again Column | The Old and the New on Mildred Avenue

The history of King City High School Auditorium, home of the Robert Stanton Theater, is pretty much known to most residents of South County, and of those who are unaware of its significance they will probably come across this knowledge sometime in their lifetimes....

Guest Column | Delivering Healthcare With Heart

Believing nursing to be her divine purpose, a young British woman set out to reform healthcare in the 1800s — influencing the quality of care we take for granted in modern times. Florence Nightingale changed nursing forever during the Crimean War in 1854, leading a...

Worthy to Print Column | Nothing in Life Comes Easy

I usually awake on a Monday morning and see what is going on in my life. This morning I got bad news on my phone. One of my best friends’ mom died last night. She chose, if that’s possible, to die on the anniversary...

Funny Papers Again Column | To Vote, or Not to Vote … That Is the Real Question

A recent article in the latest Rustler and Tribune editions informs of upcoming voting changes in the city of Greenfield (“Districtwide Elections on the Horizon,” March 24) and I thought I would take a few inches of newsprint to offer some opinions on the...
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