Opinion

Katie Johnson: Esther Howland’s legacy cursed by men

Katie Johnson: Esther Howland’s legacy cursed by men

You may not know the name Esther Howland, but husbands everywhere curse her legacy. The supposed pioneer of the American Valentine industry, Howland received an ... Read more  | Add your comment

Daniel B. Kline: Inconsistency may not be the path to fame

Daniel B. Kline: Inconsistency may not be the path to fame

Getting e-mails from readers who love one particular column and thereby assume they will always agree with me inevitably leads to heartbreak. This person might ... Read more  | Add your comment

Katie Johnson: Thank Esther Howland for your storebought emotions

Katie Johnson: Thank Esther Howland for your storebought emotions

You may not know the name Esther Howland, but husbands everywhere curse her legacy. The supposed pioneer of the American Valentine industry, Howland received an ... Read more  | Add your comment

Lisa Earle McLeod: Conflict a great catalyst for creativity and innovation

Lisa Earle McLeod: Conflict a great catalyst for creativity and innovation

F. Scott Fitzgerald once said, “The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same ... Read more  | Add your comment

Editorial: Today almost a national holiday for college football fans

Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2010 Today is like a national holiday for those who follow college football. It’s National Signing Day! For the average fan, they ... Read more  | Add your comment

Letters to the Editor

‘I’m very worried about global warming’

I’m very worried about global warming! Will it happen in my lifetime? Read more  | Add your comment

Reader frustrated with government

I am very frustrated with the abuse that goes on with our government! Read more  | Add your comment

Thanks for the help

On the morning of April 10, 2014, my wife and I were awakened by our delivery truck driver who told us that our store had ... Read more  | Add your comment

Frustrated with politics

I am very frustrated with the abuse that goes on with our government! There seems to be a lot of waste and abuse. A new ... Read more  | Add your comment

Dowagiac church ‘not so blessed’

Last week I saw a sign in front of the Michiana Church of Christ that read “God bless you Chick-fil-A and Hobby Lobby.” I am ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  3. Ed Feulner: Government jobs expanding on your dime  | Add your comment
  4. Editorial: National signing day a holiday for some  | Add your comment
  5. Doris Higgins: Speakers sought for career awareness series  | Add your comment
  6. Editorial: The first priority: helping America’s unemployed  | Add your comment
  7. ‘Cardinal ‘Charlie’: Stealthy squirrel leaves no tracks in snow  | Add your comment
  8. Nancy Wiersma: Discover the world’s safest insecticide – water!  | Add your comment
  9. Lee H. Hamilton: What makes a good politician?  | Add your comment
  10. John Eby: Obama Girl, don’t kick the big nerd to the curb just yet  | Add your comment
  11. John Eby: Obama Girl, don’t kick the big nerd to the curb just yet  | Add your comment
  12. Editorial: Louisiana Watergate  | Add your comment
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  14. Jo-Ann Boepple: Former resident prints lost historical photos  | Add your comment
  15. Jo-Ann Boepple: Former resident prints lost historical photos  | Add your comment
  16. John Eby: Niles visitor tells how ConCon could lift Michigan  | Add your comment
  17. John Eby: Niles visitor tells how ConCon could lift Michigan  | Add your comment
  18. Jessica Sieff: The nation’s capital: new on Must See TV  | Add your comment
  19. Jessica Sieff: The nation’s capital: new on Must See TV  | Add your comment
  20. Editorial: Corporations don’t need any more sway over our lives  | Add your comment

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