Pray, if Not for Unity, then for Sanity and Civility

Pray, if Not for Unity, then for Sanity and Civility

Many Christians lay claim to Bible verses meant at a certain time for a specific person or nation, and apply those verses to themselves in their current context. I’ve seen this one recently: if my people who are called by my name humble themselves, and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, […]

Opinion: Capital Regional Remains Ready to Serve You

Opinion: Capital Regional Remains Ready to Serve You

By Dr. Chris Tidwell, Capital Regional Medical Center, Medical Director of Emergency Services While the global spread of COVID-19 has made a tremendous impact on how hospitals and physicians conduct patient care, what will never change is Capital Regional’s commitment to the safety of every patient and care facility. Access to emergency services remains available […]

Opinion: Local News Coverage Needs “Competitive Collegiality”

Opinion: Local News Coverage Needs “Competitive Collegiality”

I recently participated in a panel discussion sponsored by the The Village Square titled, A Local Press: Healthy local journalism and our deepening national divide. I joined the former publisher of the Tallahassee Democrat Skip Foster, Miami Herald reporter Mary Ellen Klas, and former Miami Herald reporter Bob Sanchez. The discussion was moderated by Tallahassee […]

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