MAUREEN BURNS: What’s really going on

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A cop stops a guy for speeding. It is 4 a.m. The guy looks, smells and acts like he’s been having way too good a time someplace.

AMISH COOK: ‘After the storm comes the rainbow’

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My heart was warmed. How special, a gift from my boyfriend.

It was 14 years ago and I was spending time with Daniel and his family.

STEVE MERREN: Gearing up for greatness

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The crisp morning fogs have again graced us with their presence as the fall winds begin to whisk in over the landscape.

The shifting in the weather has, for a long time, now been like an alarm clock that doesn’t have a snooze button to push; there always seems to be so much to do and only so much time to do it. And, while the milder temperatures may be easier to work and play in, I know firsthand that, when not prepared and the fall weather takes a turn to its uglier side, outdoor living can get brutal.

PASTOR MCALVEY: Starting over once again

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School is back in session now, and every student reading this is … well, probably not reading this because, if they are going to be reading anything, they are reading from a textbook in order to get their school work done.

TEN QUESTIONS: Resourceful officer

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Who are you? Joshua VanderMeulen, 35 years old, local resident, Greenville Public Safety officer and school resource officer for Greenville Public Schools.

TOM GOERGE: Child custody query

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My child’s mother demanded that I return our child in the middle of my normal visitation. The police told me that I must comply with her demand because we were never married, and we don’t have custody set up through the court. I signed an affidavit of parentage when our child was born. Doesn’t that give me the right to keep my child until we’re finished with our visitation? 

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