Lack of support shouldn’t justify forced participation

By Freedom Newspapers Democratic Rep. Charles Rangel, who is poised to be quite powerful, as congressmen go, since he is slated to chair the Ways and Means Committee in January, has raised once again the idea of a military draft. While we can sympathize with some of the reasons he wants to reintroduce this idea […]

Grocery labels leave us guessing

By Kevin Wilson: PNT Staff Writer Sometimes, all you need is philosophy and candy. That’s what I figured out recently, while talking to a coworker. I had brought up a philosophical — he called it pedantic — question. I had recently been to a grocery store where I saw a bag of Mega M&M’s, which […]

Nov. 21 Elida School News

Congratulations to Audrey Powell, a middle school teacher at Elida, for being honored in this year’s edition of Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, 2004. Also, the school congratulates Powell for earning her M. Ed., a graduate degree for classroom educators. The school was proud and privileged to honor its veterans who live in Elida and […]