It's been said "from everything bad often comes something good." And so it is with this virus problem!
Before our world was turned upside with this ongoing pandemic, we would use this space once every 30 days or so to pay a back-handed tribute to our "Morons of the Month" selections.
In the aftermath of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, life will return to a new normal. I hope the new normal includes positive changes drawn from this life-altering experience: Lesson 1: When there is no pill, simple actions can save lives. Most of us
In the aftermath of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, life will return to a new normal. I hope the new normal includes positive changes drawn from this life-altering experience.
We are in a very difficult time right now.
Jarid Jones, 22, is the member services coordinator for the Quincy Area Chamber of Commerce. He grew up in Quincy, and his primary hobby is advanced education and reading. He loves spending time with his tight-knit family and spending his nights with his dogs, Mikey and Marco.
This an extremely sobering time to be a citizen of America. In fact, it is an incredibly sobering time to be a citizen of the world.
The fight against the coronavirus pandemic has been compared by some to a war, and Donald Trump as a wartime president, both of which I believe are appropriate.
A few thoughts as we continue to try and work our way this pandemic together. º Drew Brees, the veteran NFL quarterback of the Saints, has donated $5 million toward COVID-19 assistance in Louisiana, particularly in his home city of New Orleans.
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