Opinion

Wed, 02/01/23

By Patrick Robinson

My mom was bi-polar before they had a name for it but when she was feeling good, she would often take me and younger brother Scott in tow as she went house hunting.

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Wed, 01/18/23

By Patrick Robinson

What do I have in common with Prince Harry?

Actually almost nothing but that being said I do have an interesting story to tell that involves his name.

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Tue, 01/03/23

Regardless of your age, it’s obvious that the pace of change is accelerating. That alone is pointedly disruptive since human beings accept change unwillingly.

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Fri, 11/18/22

Editors Note: This column by Mike Robinson is from October 19, 1983. The boy in question, Owen Robinson is now grown up, and a successful Human Resources Manager.

 

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Wed, 11/16/22

By Patrick Robinson

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Tue, 11/01/22

By Ken Robinson

Before there was a third runway, before there was that confounding maze of a parking garage, before cops on Segways and long before federal employees began patting people down, airline travel was a…MORE

Wed, 10/26/22

By John Maulding

With the recent exit of many people from Ukraine – and knowing the losses they have encountered – it causes me to ask if any they are receiving any help for the mental wounds they have suffered.

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Tue, 10/18/22

By Patrick Robinson

Over the course of your life you’ve probably had some close calls with disaster. If not you then you certainly know somebody who has.

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Fri, 10/07/22

by  Keenan Grayson

It seems every day is a new storyline trumpeting a beleaguered teaching profession. The teacher shortage dominates the headlines and we’ve all seen stories about teachers…MORE

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