My name is Ashley Webb and I have been the Sales Manager here at The Daily Press since January. I have met a lot of the great citizens of Paragould and can honestly say I have been welcomed with OPEN ARMS from everyone I have come into contact with.
Several churches, ministries, elected officials and other individuals were represented at the National Day of Prayer event held at the Collins Theatre in downtown Paragould on Thursday.
Thieves are disgusting. Flower Thieves dug up two large peonies that had been on the property for more than 35 years Thursday morning. The property was mowed on Wednesday afternoon and the flowers were noticed missing the next morning. Someone obviously couldn't resist having their beauty for themselves as they decided to steal them as opposed to observing them. Just because you don't see someone on the property doesn't mean you are free to help yourself to whatever you want.
If the remaining choices we have don’t change somehow, we will elect one of our oldest presidents six months from today.
I react prematurely when the liberal cartoons appear, then recall that they are in the paper representing both sides. Seems the editorials are the same. To read an opposing view is helpful to analyze/critique what one’s view is. Recently (The Daily Press, April 22, 2016) two editorials from National contributors were loaded with the leftist’s views. Sometimes there is no opposing view unless the general public writes in. Thanks editor of the Daily Press for the opportunity. Ain’t it great that we have a free country! God bless America and the military who fight for it!
In reference to the editor’s comments Sunday, 24th April ’16: Wait a minute, let’s look at this a different way. I am a retired educator and tire of the rap we get. So let’s pretend we are a fly on the wall at the Daily Press and the following happens.
We were glad to see the Arkansas Supreme Court ruling on Thursday that upheld a Pulaski County circuit judge’s ruling that the public is entitled to unredacted accident reports.