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    Our Opinion: The lesson of World War I

    07/28/2014 09:57 PM EDT
    One hundred years ago yesterday, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia, igniting a conflict that would take the lives of more than 10 million soldiers and seven million civilians. 
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    Their Opinion: Safe to eat?
    07/27/2014 08:43 PM EDT - The Kennebec Journal of Augusta (Maine) writes: As consumers, we take it for granted that the food we prepare for ourselves and our families is safe to eat. Full Story

    OPINION
    Mario Guerra for state Senate in 32nd District: Endorsement

    In the race for the southeast Los Angeles County and northern Orange County state Senate seat now known as the 32nd District, it might seem scandal-plagued incumbent Ron Calderon is a hard act to follow. Full Story
    LETTERS
    Letter Box

    Bring back my windows Editor of the Reformer: It is great that the Marlboro Alliance’s summer sale was a success on July 26 and 27. Full Story
    EDITORIALS
    Strike a pose

    I made a new friend while on vacation last week. Our kids went to the same day camp in central Vermont, and while they made maple butter, canoed and built fairy houses, we bantered about balancing life and kids while we waded in a glorious, frigid stream. Full Story
     
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    Our Opinion: The lesson of World War I

    07/28/2014 09:57 PM EDT
    One hundred years ago yesterday, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia, igniting a conflict that would take the lives of more than 10 million soldiers and seven million civilians. 
    Full Story
    Their Opinion: Safe to eat?
    07/27/2014 08:43 PM EDT - The Kennebec Journal of Augusta (Maine) writes: As consumers, we take it for granted that the food we prepare for ourselves and our families is safe to eat. Full Story

    Our Opinion: City of indecision?
    07/26/2014 09:32 AM EDT - Over the past few months, decisions that appeared to be set in stone in Brattleboro turned out to be written in the sand. Full Story

    Our Opinion: Medical mistakes cost money and lives
    07/24/2014 09:31 PM EDT - Back in 1999, the Institute of Medicine conducted a landmark study, "To Err is Human," which reported that nearly 100,000 people die in hospitals each year due to preventable medical errors. Full Story

    Our Opinion: The disposables
    07/23/2014 11:29 PM EDT - Governors such as Deval Patrick of Massachusetts and our own Peter Shumlin have taken the lead in the Northeast to offer refuge to the Central American children who are housed in deplorable conditions along the United States' border with Mexico. Full Story

    Our Opinion: Making sure our kids count
    07/22/2014 09:35 PM EDT - The latest Kids Count report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation is out. Full Story

    Our Opinion: Look deeper than the headlines
    07/21/2014 10:06 PM EDT - The news out of Chicago following the Fourth of July holiday was horrendous: More than 75 people were shot, resulting in the deaths of more than a dozen men, women and children. Full Story

    Elegant Louvre Garden infested with rats

    PARIS (AP) — Rats are on the rampage in the elegant garden of the Louvre Museum, so bold they romp onto the grass in broad daylight, defying death threats from sanitation workers and scaring tourists visiting the site. Full Story
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    'Guardians' blasts Marvel in a different direction

    BURBANK, Calif. (AP) — Despite its flawless superhero pedigree, there's always been apprehension about "Guardians of the Galaxy. Full Story
    (Gary Reyes/Bay Area News Group)
    Batkid documentary in the works

    A film about Miles Scott, the 5-year-old who stole the hearts of millions when he “saved Gotham” as part of a Make-a Wish Foundation event in San Francisco, is underway, but needs funds to be finished; a trailer has aired at Comic-Con.