It's been said "from everything bad often comes something good." And so it is with this virus problem!
We are in a very difficult time right now.
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.
These times are especially trying. While everybody takes care to protect themselves from COVID-19, it's important to recognize the service and sacrifice of frontline workers taking care to protect others.
Our world turned upside down on Jan. 19, when the first positive coronavirus case was reported in America. It reached the communities in which we live two months later.
A recent article in The Herald-Whig says the city is driving ahead with its desire and plans for a roundabout intersection at 48th and State and some other intersections.
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