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Rodger Bowman: Education still is the great equalizer

Education levels the playing field for anyone wanting to succeed in life. I’ve spent my entire life in education. Both private and public. Mostly public. Teaching, administrating, training and leading. I firmly believe in it. And the results it can produce.

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Diane Bigler: Attitudes are changing on marijuana

They have been called the Robin Hoods of marijuana. Six brothers who own one of the largest marijuana dispensaries in Colorado have developed strains of marijuana that are being used to treat ailments in children and adults such as seizures, cancer, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease.

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Glennie E. Burks: Mentors deserve praise and thanks

Young adulthood, like adolescent years, is a vulnerable time for many men and women because insecurities come in so many forms. Before anyone accuses me of believing teenagers and young adults have the same issues, I am not. But the remedies for both are often the same prescription — someone to believe in them.

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Steve Johnson: Magna Carta helped shape U.S. laws

Magna Carta stands as a pillar of Britain’s unwritten constitution and our shared laws and culture. Magna Carta lies at the heart of our republic’s justice, equality, dignity, liberty, freedom, respect and other cherished values. Americans have discussed, fought and died for these values we all hold dear.

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