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Human Rights Commission has become thought police

I wish to say I was dismayed and offended upon learning of the actions of the Quincy Human Rights Commission.

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Kids back in school important, but it would raise other issues

I do believe that it is important to get our kids back to school. Much is said about younger kids being less affected by COVID-19.

Maybe at some point the UFO footage will prove more interesting
Steve Eighinger

Maybe at some point the UFO footage will prove more interesting

Has 2020 seemed like the longest year of your life? And not to put a larger damper on things, but please remember that we still have more than five months remaining before we can turn the calendar to 2021.

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Mayors challenge residents to mask up for 21 days

PERHAPS MORE than at anytime since the Great Flood of 1993, we are now being reminded that while we might be separated by rivers and state lines, our lives are more connected with others across the region far more than we realize on a daily basis.

Your Turn/Amy Summers
Your Turn

Your Turn/Amy Summers

Amy (Baird) Summers, 49, works for the Quincy Public Schools Foundation. She has a daughter Emma, 17, and a son, Dylan, 14. Summers grew up in Quincy and also has lived in Colorado, Missouri and Georgia.

Major League Baseball is back
Steve Eighinger

Major League Baseball is back

I'm one happy fella today. Major League Baseball is back, and even though the season will be rather truncated, and no fans will be allowed in the stands (at least at the start of the season), it's certainly better than having to wait until next April.

Some laws might leave a bad taste in your mouth
Steve Eighinger

Some laws might leave a bad taste in your mouth

Every so often, it's fun to look at some of the crazily entertaining laws that are still on the books. Today's one of those days. A quick scan of all 50 states supplied the following top-10 countdown.

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Once again, we plead with you: Wear a mask

WHILE WATCHING the number of positive local cases of COVID-19 climb more than fivefold in just over a month, it's becoming increasingly difficult for us to understand the reluctance of so many to wear a mask.

Letters

Birthday wishes were special

Thanks to all for making Katharine Maas' birthday very special with all the birthday wishes.

Your Turn/Dick Wellman
Your Turn

Your Turn/Dick Wellman

Dick Wellman, 59, and his wife Robin, a nurse, live in a unique house which is his hobby and second love. He currently works at Quincy Medical Group which is fun and challenging in these times. Wellman was born and raised in Quincy.

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