Opinion

Editorials

Supreme Court rejects Texas abortion law

It’s been a long haul, but the high court’s ruling, bitterly opposed by three of its members, should reverse the 2013 law’s effects that left as many as 750,000 reproductive-age women in vast stretches of West Texas and the Panhandle more than 200 miles from the nearest abortion provider.

Editorials

Opioid epidemic has new enemy

Opioid abuse is not just scenes from “Trainspotting” or scenarios where a bone-skinny man sneaks into a hospital to steal morphine. It is also Americans who open their parents’ or friend’s medicine cabinets and take prescription drugs indiscriminately.

Letters to the Editor

Cheers and Jeers

Cheers: To the awesome young men and women working at Camp Thurman. This was the first year my great-grandson attended. On the first day he was nervous, but the staff’s dedication and enthusiasm made for an awesome week! They all were so happy and enthusiastic from the morning drop-off until the hot afternoon pickup! Excellent leaders!

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The Miami Seaquarium accepted the popular Running Man Challenge but instead of its main dancers being humans, the institution opted for sea lions and dolphins. Credit: Miami Seaquarium
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Sea lions compete in Running Man Challenge

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