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Published August 27, 2002


The joy of exchanging different cultures

A few years ago, while living in Oregon, I was involved in a sister city project with New Plymouth, New Zealand. I began corresponding through the internet with a graphic artist in the production department of The Daily News, a 30-thousand circulated...

The long term consequences of drought

With temperatures blasting thermometers into triple digit range and no measurable precipitation in sight, it is hard to imagine we have an iceberg to contend with. You may not realize it is there, but it sits there shimmering in all its hidden glory ...

Thought, planning, work preceed image

I just finished reading the thought-provoking editorial by Ken Larson entitled "Many try to be unique, but few succeed". I believe Mr. Larson has addressed some serious, important issues around the broad concept of creating a niche community. In doin...

We were soldiers

The recent movie We Were Soldiers staffing Mel Gibson views the Vietnam War through a different lens than most Hollywood productions.

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