Hurricane Michael sparks climate change conversations

By Tere Siqueira Hurricane Michael, one of the strongest hurricanes in American history, is contributing to the overall conversation about climate change. Media outlets have reported that the rapid intensification of the hurricane was fed by warm ocean temperatures caused by gas emissions. Moreover, statistics show that major storms have become bigger and stronger since […]

VOTE•VOTE•VOTE•VOTE•VOTE

November 6 Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Your vote is important to all of us – please vote for the good of our community. Not voting is the same as a vote for the other candidate. Let’s not do that again. Share your voting choices with your friends. Many people don’t […]

Seniors: Don’t forget to sign up for Medicare drug coverage this fall

By Peter J. Pitts Fall has arrived, which means it’s time for flannels, football, and finding the perfect health insurance plan. That’s right — nestled amidst all the seasonal festivities is Medicare’s open enrollment season, which kicks off October 15. Seniors will have until December 7 to select their Medicare plans for the coming year. […]