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Editorial

Education? Carnival? Why Can’t We Have Both?

Cranford High School seniors in the 60s had a tradition of skipping school on a certain day in June every year. On that day classrooms were lonely places for those whose parents forbade them to participate in the annual final act of defiance and celebration before going on to the &

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My Hometown — Binghamton – Will Never Be the Same

I was born and spent the first 13 or so years of my life in Binghamton, New York. Terrorism brought about by the stupefying availability of guns in our country has forever changed my childhood memories of that little city in New York's Southern Tier.
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We are Not Serious; We are Not Correct

A few delegates are making a mockery of the Constitutional Convention process.
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Misplaced Power: Time to Rein in Taxi Drivers

For too long taxi drivers, who are routinely rude to tourists and who are even heard telling lies to visitors to the island of St. Thomas, have held back progress on our water-surrounded island.

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Heroes in our Midst

We must commend the courage and dignity of the young person who saved Max from further abuse by releasing the abused dog from captivity and seeing that the helpless canine lived.
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Now is Not the Time for PSC to Take a Stand on Vitelco

The Public Services Commission should have played hardball with Vitelco during the Prosser years, but now it needs to avoid driving away buyers that could finally give the territory a functional phone company.
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President Obama: Reason to Hope

In the election of Barack Obama to the highest office in our nation, we have reason to hope we can regain peace, fiscal responsibility, political integrity and world-wide respect.
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Ask Senators who are Railing Against Diageo, ‘What Have You Done for Me Lately’

Once again we run the risk of losing a business deal that would be good for the territory because some among us need to grandstand at the expense of the rest of us.
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WMA Must Face Off with Pigs to Do What's Fair for the Rest of Us

While we don't feel the current solution is the right answer, we do feel the Waste Management Authority has done its level best to come up with a funding solution for our island waste-elimination needs. But it simply isn't fair.
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Divisiveness Drags Down Our Education System

If our senators really wanted to see our children prepared for something other than entry-level jobs, it seems they would also support change.
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