The following OPRF High School student-athletes have recently signed letters-of-intent, committed to accept athletic scholarships, or indicated their participation to continue to pursue their respective sports:
It's amusing to look at old running photos and note the changing fashions over the years. Running involves minimal attire?#34;shirt, shorts, shoes and socks, so what could change much? For runners aged 20 to 30-something, those pictures must look like ancient history. To the runners who were there, it wasn't all that long ago.
Two objective interesting articles by Ken Trainor in the May 4 edition have rejuvenated my interest in Wednesday Journal so as to consider re-subscribing after putting up in past years with many of his un-objective anti-dialogue attacks on most breathing Republicans as if we are all the same animals.
Wow, WEDNESDAY JOURNAL sure did its readers a favor by publishing a letter from Don Gregor ("Abortion a matter of personal choice, not 'dogmatic teachings'", June 1), that master of dialogue. Note to Mr. Gregor?#34;dialogue does not consist of: Ignoring every substantive point made by your interlocutor (do you have anything to say about the victims of abortion?
As a former student of the Special Ed Program at the high school I really don't know much about the TEAM program. But seeing as there have only been viewpoints from parents, I thought I might add my two points.
Your story "Walks tout varied Mideast views" in the issue of May 18 was in many respects an excellent example of the balanced journalism WEDNESDAY JOURNAL practices. Two events with opposing agendas were handled in an even-handed and calm way, with a clear appreciation of how two groups in our community come to hold very different views.