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Columns/Opinions
Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022
As a physician, I understand the difficulty of having to make decisions in the midst of uncertainty. This has been the case for our political leaders over the last two years during the COVID pandemic. It’s been difficult to balance the prevention efforts for COVID and the economic and educational consequences of these efforts.
Family
Friday, Feb. 11, 2022
The Omicron variant is the most contagious but least virulent COVID variant we have faced during the pandemic. This combination of lots of cases and less severe illness leads to greater natural immunity in the population. Along with America’s intense vaccination efforts, this will greatly reduce the impact of COVID in the near future.
Family
Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021
The whole concept of scientific inquiry revolves around learning as you go. Scientific inquiry proposes a hypothesis and then tests this hypothesis. Science informs policy decisions, but it is disingenuous when politicians say they “only follow the science.
Columns/Opinions
Monday, Oct. 19, 2020
had great teachers in high school and college in civics, government and American history. They spent much time helping us understand the importance of the Constitution and Declaration of Independence – documents described by Martin Luther King Jr. as “a promissory note to which every American was to fall heir.
Columns/Opinions
Monday, Aug. 24, 2020
Over the last few weeks, there has been significant media coverage on the question of reopening schools. These stories are pretty comprehensive in covering the potential negative consequences of school reopening.
Community
Monday, June 1, 2020
The scientific method encourages discovery. Science rechecks assumptions and logic as more information is available. It is how we learned a great deal about the COVID-19 virus and its impact over the last couple of months. What is important is to apply our knowledge as we make decisions as a country, state, community and individuals.
Columns/Opinions
Monday, July 18, 2016
What I am struck by is the hard work, dedication and commitment so many people have to one another and to our community. I believe the role of the Chamber is to help amplify that work and those efforts, so that they can succeed and be a catalyst for improving our community.

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