Guest Editorial: Combating ‘Intextication’

April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and an opportune time for a more public conversation about the pervasive problem of distracted driving. We know that motorists care about this…

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Editorial: The beat goes on

A few weeks ago I had the privilege of sitting down for a couple of hours with Kegan Schumann. It was an enjoyable time spent with a quality young man,…

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Editorial: Let’s stop the cycle

For over a year, I have been ruminating on the disheartening feeling that, as my children grow, they are more and more often being exposed to violence between persons as…

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Herald Editorial: Is it the board’s place?

At Monday evening’s USD No. 113 School Board meeting, a discussion about purchasing student iPads got a bit… heated. Some very strong opinions were shared regarding whether replacing iPads was…

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Serious stewardship

Some people have the mistaken idea that farmers and ranchers are harming our environment. You hear it everywhere: at the coffee shop, church, public forums, even in the grocery store…

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Guest Editorial: Check your flood insurance plan

After the flood damage in the Manhattan area earlier this week, I’ve heard numerous reports on the local and regional news broadcasts that very few of those affected in the…

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Guest Editorial: The inherent risk of sport specialization

One of the responsibilities that parents take most seriously is protecting their children from injury, whether it is buckling seat belts in a car or wearing a helmet while riding…

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It’s not just another 5K – Tara Ploeger Memorial

Do you remember your best friends growing up? The girls or boys you did everything with for a part of your life. The ones whose parents were your second parents…

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