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    Editorial: Saving schools: Our common bond
    Wed., Apr. 16 | 10:00 AM - No issue arouses passions as much as a community and its schools. So emotions run strong when residents face the closing of elementary schools that have long represented the culture of their community.
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    Editorial: The angels around us
    Wed., Apr. 9 | 12:59 PM - It is often said that angels are all around us.
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    Virginia should support Medicaid expansion
    Wed., Apr. 2 | 01:57 PM - Perhaps no issue deserves our respect and attention more than the one on whether to expand Medicaid in the commonwealth. There are strong ideas on both sides of an issue that impacts virtually everyone in Virginia.
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    Editorial: Frozenonmics? Let it go.
    Wed., Mar. 26 | 11:08 AM - Any parent or grandparent who spends time with a 5-year-old princess knows about “Frozen.” The Disney movie based on a Hans Christian Anderson’s fairy tale follows an ice queen who inadvertently traps her kingdom in eternal winter.
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    EDITORIAL: Flipping the switch
    Thu., Mar. 20 | 11:43 AM - Loudoun has the power to turn on the world. The switch is at a place called Data Center Alley.
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    EDITORIAL: An anchor of community is an example of cooperation
    Fri., Mar. 14 | 10:41 AM - Middleburg Charter is an example of cooperation.
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    Editorial: Cut education, borrow for Metro? What are supervisors thinking?
    Wed., Feb. 26 | 01:45 PM - You can only shake your head and wonder what the chairman of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors is thinking. Last week, Scott York said the county’s supervisors won’t fully fund the the 2015 budget for county schools. The school board will have to make cuts of about $40 million to close a tax-revenue gap, as well as compensate for a shortfall in expected state funding.
     > Briefs / Education / Editorial /
    Editorial: A teaching and learning moment for the future of Loudoun schools
    Wed., Jan. 22 | 10:20 AM - Loudoun County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Edgar B. Hatrick III got it exactly right when he said Loudoun’s schools are at a “tipping point.” Enrollment is swelling amid the commercial and residential growth of the county.
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    Harrington on Loudoun for Jan. 1, 2014
    Sun., Jan. 5 | 02:20 PM - This week's cartoon by Paul Harrington.
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    Guest Opinion: My letter to House Speaker John Boehner
    Fri., Jan. 3 | 08:00 AM - I have received and answered in part your Truth About Republicans Survey. It does not give me a chance to fully express my views about the problems we Americans – Republicans, Independents and Democrats – face, and what we can/must do to address them. Hence this letter.
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    LTM Editorial: Preparing for the Wolfpack
    Wed., Jan. 1 | 02:21 PM - We were as surprised as anyone by Frank Wolf’s Dec. 17 announcement. After 34 years, the veteran congressman will not be seeking re-election in 2014.
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    Guest Commentary: Beyond January
    Tue., Dec. 31 | 07:59 AM - Around for several decades now, I've tried to enter each new year with a greater sense of aplomb.
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    LTM Editorial: Have a safe and happy holiday
    Tue., Dec. 24 | 08:00 AM - Here it is, the last issue of the year, coinciding with last-minute holiday preparations throughout Loudoun County.
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    Guest Opinion: Fortunate in so many ways
    Mon., Dec. 23 | 08:00 AM - It is an honor to be asked to share one’s thoughts and I’d like to thank the Loudoun Times Mirror for providing this opportunity. At first, an inner voice spoke with me about what to write … while at home enjoying our recent winter weather. The snow had closed areas schools and Loudoun Interfaith Relief (where I work) was closed as well. With lots of extra time, I found myself consumed with all sorts of ideas about what to write.
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    Guest Commentary: Seniors and rental cars
    Fri., Dec. 20 | 12:23 PM - For the sake of priority, the first concern in leasing a rental car is the color and style of the vehicle. You may have a favorite color in mind. For example in December, a green or red; in July white with red or blue trim; in the autumn a beige or orange. In the winter a bright color against grey skies might be most suitable.
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