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With the temporary closure of school buildings across the state due to the COVID-19 pandemic… Read more



There is an ancient blessing that works equally well as a curse: “May you live in interesting times.” We live in a time such as that. It has come upon us quickly and relentlessly. In December there were small stories of a deadly disease half a world away beginning to spread and now that same…

While these past few weeks have brought fear, uncertainty and isolation, we all owe the people risking their health for our benefit more than we can imagine.

As a retired physician I have been following the developments of the Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic with interest. I think there will continue to be great disruptions to our economy for the short term. We are all becoming familiar with the obvious disruptions to our “old normal” routi…