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Guest opinion: Helping our community defeat and recover from the Coronavirus pandemic

April 10, 2020 Our Nation faces an unexpected and unprecedented challenge that has already led to tremendous loss of life and financial hardship in our own community and throughout America. more »»

Guest opinion: Students, families, teachers, staff and more: Thank you for your efforts

April 10, 2020 THANK YOU — * Students: At the end Week One Virtual Learning, 88% of you took responsibility for managing your classwork, communicating with teachers, and staying engaged in your learning. more »»

The arrogance of political power

April 10, 2020 To the editor: This is written in regard to the Cape Coral Utility Expansion program which I have read is the largest utility expansion program in the country. more »»

Keep perspective and ignore political blaming

April 10, 2020 To the editor: It is time that we focus on keeping our perspective during the COVID19 virus outbreak, which means that we should understand the facts. more »»

Social distancing first, please

April 10, 2020 To the editor: As the nation faces the growth of the coronavirus pandemic, we have an individual responsibility of complying with the CDC, National and State guidelines on “Social Distancing. more »»

DeSantis should resign

April 10, 2020 To the editor: You goofed, Governor. Your ineptness on more than one occasion has and will cause great loss of life in the State of Florida. more »»

Relief funding should be used for pandemic-related efforts only

April 10, 2020 To the editor: The ink on Phase 3 of the Corovavirus Relief Bill isn't even Dry and Congress is looking to have a Phase 4 bill. more »»

Will you be the safe place for a child?

April 10, 2020 To the editor: Our beaches, schools, and business have closed. Social gatherings have stopped and traffic has slowed down. The world has pause. more »»

President bears burden for lack of pandemic preparedness

April 10, 2020 To the editor: I am furious. I sit here shaking my head with anger. President Trump dismantled the CDC Pandemic Office in 2018. more »»

Dangers of mail-in voting

April 10, 2020 To the editor: The present topic of public voting is treading in a most dangerous direction. To allow voting by mail opens the doors wide to fraudulent balloting. more »»

Guest opinion: Housing instability an ongoing crisis

April 3, 2020 Rent is due, and millions of American families struggling to afford their payments face housing instability. more »»

Pants on fire

April 3, 2020 To the editor: On March 6, President Donald Trump said, “Anybody that wants a test can get a test. That’s what the bottom line is.” He proclaimed this during a visit to the CDC in Atlanta, Georgia. more »»

Clean Waterways Act should be vetoed

April 3, 2020 To the editor: Before COVID-19, perhaps no concern was as great for Floridians as clean water. Now the Clean Waterways Act is sitting on Gov. DeSantis’ desk. more »»

Time to pull together

April 3, 2020 To the editor: In a Letter to the Editor it was stated that Republicans should tear up their government handout check for coronavirus economic recovery or donate it to someone else. more »»

Guest opinion: Being helpful when you're feeling helpless

March 27, 2020 With anxiety and uncertainty, the signs of these modern times, the loss of control over the future may leave people feeling helpless or hopeless and wondering what they can do. more »»

By whose authority are religious memorial markers allowed on roads?

March 27, 2020 To the editor: Can anyone tell me why religious icons are proliferating on the medians of our roadways? I’ve been asking this question to the Mayor, the City Attorney and the City Council since June... more »»

County owes the public some answers

March 27, 2020 To the editor: So here we are. Unprepared. Scared. Vulnerable. We take precautions. We practice social distancing. We attend to our families first, then our neighbors, friends and colleague. more »»

Big government intervention

March 27, 2020 To the editor: The probability exists that many US citizens will receive a check from the government due to the effects of the coronavirus on the troubled econom. more »»

Personal responsibility is paramount

March 27, 2020 To the editor: I am sharing a note I put together last week in an attempt to emphasize the need to exercise personal responsibility, follow the recognized medical experts' advice and to unite in... more »»

The sky is not falling

March 27, 2020 To the editor: The coronavirus according to CDC has so far killed at least 155 people and sickened more than 9,400 across the United States, forcing schools, churches to close, professional sports... more »»



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