November 21, 2008 How to fix it: Part 2 Last time I outlined problems the city encounters because it has no method of monitoring businesses and today, I'll suggest a solution. A couple of years ago the City enacted a business license ordinance only to have it overturned by an election because opponents thought it was only an attempt to raise money.

Quote of the Week

November 21, 2008 At the first of this semester I tacked to my bulletin board a piece of typing paper with a headline reading, "Quote of the Week." Each week I've added a new pithy statement that seemed to capture a bit of wisdom in a perfect way.

Lost in dreams

November 20, 2008 Last night, I was lost in the woods. Not for real, but in a dream. And I wasn't exactly lost, I had just sort of misplaced myself.

Truth about government

November 19, 2008 The Democrats will be running the White House, the House and the Senate soon. Before they make drastic changes, they may want to consider some interesting quotations on government.


November 18, 2008 Correction noted Dear editor: On page 3 of the Nov. 11, 2008, Daily Guard you said that I was a Vietnam veteran.

Who’s the turkey now?

November 18, 2008 What do birthdays, turkeys and Indian vests have in common? Well, we crammed all of the above into one very late night over the weekend.

Exhibit educational, interesting

November 17, 2008 Sarah Roth was a 26-year-old seamstress from Southhampton, England when she boarded a ship for New York City with plans to marry her fiance Daniel.

Rights and freedom

November 14, 2008 November, the Thanksgiving month, is a good time to reflect on all the things we should be thankful for.

Media blend

November 14, 2008 The village green has grown to include the village screen.