A couch potato’s fantasy workout …
I read an article recently in a health magazine that started me thinking. It was titled Older Adults Can Benefit From Weights.
Sign me up for peas and cabbage
A few years ago, I became angry. Yes, I've been angry since then (for one reason or another). However, this particular time, we were approaching New Year's Day.
Ready to start new year off by celebrating MLK’s legacy
Happy New Year! I hope your holidays were filled with family and good food, as I know mine were. In the month of January, we will celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and the sacrifices he made for our country in the pursuit of racial equality.
Posada story makes editor extra thankful to have shelter
Reading Daily Progress Reporter Jo Anne Embleton's story in today's B Section, I suddenly felt a connection to the Posada celebration.
- Linda McNew Chandler
Thankful to be together
OK, so not really. But I did travel to Houston with my sister and pick him up to move back to East Texas. Our brother has been in a boarding home in south Houston for about three years.
- GUEST COLUMN: Code enforcement a vital part of city operations
Jacksonville will always be her home
The newsroom is always changing. You never know who is coming, who is going, as so many public officials told me when I first came to the Daily Progress over the summer.
Not just who we are, but who we aspire to be
Rarely in our country's history have non-elected officials had a profound effect on public policy. While rare, it does happen from time to time.
Just Ask Janet: Update on circulation situation at JDP
In keeping with my ongoing commitment to communicate with you about things at the paper, let me update you on our circulation situation.
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