By Elizabeth Robb
During my 22 years as a judge, I didn't discuss legislation being debated at the state Capitol. Judges are supposed to mete out justice using the laws on the books, and we avoid involvement in debates about legislation we may later have to enforce in our courtrooms.
By Gene Budig and Alan Heaps
April brings both hope and fear to thousands of anxious teenagers. It is the month when many high school seniors receive acceptances and rejections from the colleges of their choice.
By Robert Silverman
Anti-Semitism experiences worldwide growth. Some are shocked, yes "shocked!"
The true surprise is anybody being shocked. After all, anti-Semitism is not known as "the oldest hatred" by accident.
What's your opinion? We'd like to hear from you, in a Letter to the Editor.
By C.G. Estabrook
Many Americans are unaware that President Obama is:
By J. Mark Nolan and Andy Quarnstrom
As members of the Friends of Champaign Schools, we are proponents of providing all children in this community the very best opportunities for success.
By Laurie Reynolds
On April 7, voters of the Unit 4 school district will be asked to approve a $144 million bond for school construction. Though I am a staunch supporter of public schools and happy to pay more taxes to support them, I will reluctantly vote no.
By Krista Vance
Who knew I would have choices? I certainly didn't. I thought it would be as simple as one size fits all. I was wrong. There's no mystery why underwear comes in different sizes and the same applies to Depends.