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Editorial cartoon about the many scandals going around Washington these days.
To the editor:
Penny Scott makes a point in her letter to the Rantoul Press that can’t be ignored. Her letter was headlined, “In response: King = male; queen = female.”
Rantoul Township High School board members reportedly backed away from the possibility of a lawsuit by allowing a word with an established dictionary definition, as
Summer is here; hopefully you are enjoying it.
Don’t forget to support your community in the next few weeks as the Rantoul July 3 and 4 activities will be taking place. Look for details in the Rantoul Press.
The following comes from my colleagues who outline my total thought process in attempting to be a good “C.O.P.” and the course that I will follow in life.
Rantoul Public Library is the place to be this summer.
Each week offers something enjoyable for readers of all ages. So don’t miss out on any of the special events. Visit the library today.
This Friday evening, June 21, it’s Ladies Night at the library. Featured will be the Julia Roberts’ film “Eat, Pray, Love.”
I would like to thank Rich and Phyllis Vogelsang for their kind gesture last week.
They decided to give my granddaughter four boxes full of green ware. She loves art work.
I ended up giving them to someone that could get them in a kiln after painting and glazing them. My granddaughter did not have the equipment to complete this challenge.
Editorial cartoon about President Barack Obama's many political scandals.
In the last few years, during the Boneyard Arts Festival, I visited abCU exhibitions and bought some artwork. abCU stands for letterforms (ABC) and Champaign-Urbana.
These letters are put together to create the abbreviated exhibition title. The abCU Letters, Words and Wisdom 2013 is the Champaign-Urbana Design Organization’s (CUDO’s) fourth annual typography exhibit and fundraiser.
One day my husband, Hal, was playing checkers with our second foster son, Carlos. Carlos got angry, but did not throw the board across the room. Progress!
But when Carlos asked me to play next and I started to win, he got angry, threw the board across the room and began screaming at the top of his lungs. I immediately left the room.
School is out, and children are everywhere. What a happy sight!
I loved the summer vacation with my sons. I enjoyed long walks with them, loved grilling hot dogs and hamburgers with them.
I really miss those days. We walked everywhere back then because I didn’t drive, and still don’t.
It is just a matter of time before the Lord will return. We surely do not know the day or the hour, but we can be assured that His return is at the door.
There are signs of the time as seen in the news and heard on the radio. I just feel an urgency to make sure the truth be proclaimed.