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Social media, email messages are public

By Steve Hansen QCS Managing Editor Back when I did public relations work (sleeping with the enemy to journalists), one of my favorite pieces of advice to clients who were dealing with the press was “never say anything off the record that you don’t want to read on the front page.” Now that I again […]

Two cats + loaf of bread = lesson learned

By Thomas Garcia QCS Columnist My two cats, Brownie and Toby, as I have said before, have found creative ways of turning regular items into toys. Their latest exploit resulted in an early morning kitchen clean-up. I was gone overnight last weekend and while I made sure I left plenty of food and water out […]

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Christians must remember whose birthday Christmas is

By Debra Whittington Religion Columnist “Thanks be to God for his indescribable gift”! 2 Corinthians 9:15 (NIV) The days until Christmas are growing closer and closer. Advent calendars have few days remaining until that glorious day. Newscasters are reporting about those last minute must-have techno gadgets to make your loved one happy. They can be […]

Patience is a gift of love and fruit of the Holy Spirit

By Leonard Lauriault Religion Columnist What’s the longest minute? The last one because we become clock-watchers and, like watched pots that don’t boil, clock hands seem to stop moving when we watch them impatiently. We’re still two weeks out from Christmas and the youngsters and young at heart are getting restless. Last Christmas, a now […]