The loss of Chris Cornell — and why it matters to me I am smart enough to know that he was not the first gifted talent to go this way, nor will he be the last. I’m not so naive that I don’t realize I never spoke to him, nor would I ever. But he spoke to me. He spoke to millions of people with an unforgettable voice and an honest vulnerability that routinely revealed his humanity.
Some ‘free advice’ for the Class of 2017 I don’t write this to frighten you or add weight to your shoulders. There are exciting times ahead. What I want to do is try, as best as I can, to come up with an analogy for life that makes sense at this stage — the leaping in stage.
Future of PHS football is not written yet We don’t have much control over the number of boys born in the school district. However, the participation rates for football and boys cross country haven’t been written yet for the future. In my mind, there is still time to affect a cultural shift in our community and to encourage these students to be more active in fall athletics.
Strong bipartisanship is the answer to Russia It’d be very serious if it turns out that people close to Trump colluded with the Russians to take advantage of their resources during the election. Whether or not that happened — or to what degree that happened — the mere questions it begs about our electoral process and Americans’ distrust in it makes it a win thus far for any foreign government that sees a weakened United States as of benefit to them.