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Reader: NAM’s reaction to violence in Spring

Reader: NAM’s reaction to violence in Spring

Readers comment on the violence in Spring, graffiti in Oak Forest and filtering the news.

Don’t blame technology for killing off good content

The internet has been in our homes for almost 20 years now, and somehow, we’re still alive and kicking.

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If you organize for it, they might come

There is a Facebook page “Bring HEB to GOOF” that has 355 likes. What if the community channeled that Facebook energy into an action committee?

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Even the garbage people aren’t accepting used TVs

Like many other aspects of our lives, it is easier and often cheaper to replace than repair.

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It won’t be long before people will be asking ‘Why is it called Oak Forest?’ since so many of the oak trees are now gone.

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Filtering news isn’t always such a bad thing

What I have learned over the past three weeks is that the way we consume information is almost frightening.

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Contreras uses renewed health to give back

Contreras started Nourish to Flourish, a food pantry that has provided more than 4,000 meals to area kids, and The Giving Back Group.

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Hot here? Go visit Seymour

Right now, however, we are suffering through the Dog Days of Summer. The season begins each year about July 3 and ends on Aug. 11.

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Reaching out to the Greatest Generation…

The Fourth of July has always been one of my favorite American holidays. I’ve enjoyed matinee baseball and evening fireworks, and tried to skip the hot dog eating contest. It’s just not my thing.

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So much for attaining superhero dad status

By Jonathan McElvy Publisher, The Leader I made a snap decision last weekend, and the consequences (also known as “writer’s material”) deserve to be shared with an audience larger than the woman sitting next to me on the plane, which is not such an easy task. Here’s what happened: My Dad celebrated one of those milestone […]

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