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- Earning diploma completes veteran's life DANVILLE — After 68 years, Ralph Heath can finally say he has received his high school diploma.
Newspaper remains strong
The Commercial-News recently undertook two major changes.
First, we went from a seven-day publishing cycle to a six-day publishing cycle, eliminating the Monday Commercial-News.
Our pages take on a new look
Today marks a new day for the Commercial-News.
Today’s edition looks different than yesterday’s, and we hope you find it easier to read and more pleasing to the eye. Allow me to give a little background on the reason for the change.
Greet spring with a nature hike
Every year, hundreds — maybe thousands — of people drive a few miles north of Covington to visit the beautiful and unique “North Trail” at the Portland Arch Nature Preserve.
Better to let sleeping ancestors lie
How many genealogists does it take to change a light bulb?
- Don't delay decisions about care In many instances, full treatment is provided even when these measures are futile. In the instance of maintaining life sustaining treatments when they are futile, the cost is even greater than a monetary value. At some point, the quality of life needs to outweigh the quantity. With a terminal diagnosis, treatments to extend life incur a great cost to suffering for the patient and for the family of the patient.
- State rules on side of citizens
Health reform must help everyone
I know that as you read this, many of you are going to disagree with me. That’s OK, but that’s also the problem.
- Build a better community
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