All Opinions Content

The Library Corner: Come meet local authors

By TERRIE VISEL
Rantoul Press columnist


The eighth annual annual  local authors fair returns to Rantoul Public Library this weekend.


Be Encouraged: Respect those in authority

By LEATRICE PACE
Rantoul Press columnist


Submission to the authorities over you should be a common act of behavior. It is not a disrespect to respect authorities in your life and in this world. It is a necessary part of having hope in this world.


Pauline's Corner: Pick up the phone, give me a call

By PAULINE POREMBA
Rantoul Press columnist


Please pray for the people of northern Illinois. It looks like they had the worst of the storms Thursday night.


Art = Life: To know nature, society and one’s self

By IAN WANG
Rantoul Press columnist


In this Art = Life column I am more than pleased to introduce to my readers a duet art exhibition of Sha Zhibin and his son Sha Li Lan Tian. The exhibition title, “Wise Beach – Blue Sky,” is derived from and actually what the artists’ given names mean.  


On The Beat: Strange goings-on up north

By PAUL FARBER
Rantoul Press columnist


First of all, I would like to share with you a couple of stories. The first is from our associates in Chicago.

Officers with the Cook County Sheriff’s Office found 2,100 pounds of marijuana hidden in a shipment of frozen avocado pulp. The discovery was made by employees at a cold-storage facility in suburban Lyons.


Guest Commentary: Park district transparency, accountability important

By JACK ANDERSON
For Rantoul Press


Guest Commentary: Brookhill employees owed apology

By HERB FRIZOL
For Rantoul Press


Thank you, Mr. Evans, for your succinct rebuttal to Jack Anderson’s article concerning beer sales at Brookhill Golf Course. 


Village Happenings: Spring brings new happenings

By JEFFREY FIEGENSCHUH
Rantoul Press columnist


Spring is finally upon us in Rantoul, and I’m so thankful. 

After what seemed like an endless winter, we are finally able to get out and enjoy all our community and region has to offer. 


Pauline's Corner: Roger was always good for a story

By PAULINE POREMBA
Rantoul Press columnist


Hope all of my readers had a wonderful Easter celebration.

April 2 was the visitation for Roger Buchholz. I had the pleasure of working with this gentleman for 14 1/2 years, and in that time, my husband and I became friends with their family.


Letter: Generosity of Senior Survivors greatly appreciated

To the editor:

As the recipient of donations raised in Rantoul Township High School’s 2015 Senior Survivor competition, the Hope Meadows community is sincerely grateful to the many seniors who committed their time and efforts to working so hard on our behalf, and to those who supported them so generously.