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The Lakeville Journal Opinion/Viewpoint

Birds in the wake of spring

Nature's Notebook

It’s hard to imagine that spring might be around the corner, but there are some signs. First off, Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow in Pennsylvania and called for an early spring. And Chuckles VII, a groundhog at the Lutz Children’s Museum in Manchester, Conn., agreed!

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Are electronic toll systems environmentally efficient?

EarthTalk

Dear EarthTalk: Has the use of E-ZPass and similar programs to facilitate faster highway toll-paying cut down on traffic jams and therefore tailpipe pollution? Why do we need tolls at all?
Dianne Comstock
New York, N.Y.
 

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Question brings life to important program

The Lakeville Journal Editorial

Are You Okay? It’s a question asked millions of times by millions of people every day. It’s also the name of a program that could very easily save your life.

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So long, Q103, and thanks

The Lakeville Journal Editorial
editor@lakevillejournal.com

The loss of a local media outlet is to be mourned at any time. The health of any community depends on a steady flow of good information going out to its residents, whether on the airwaves, on paper, online or by satellite or cable TV. However, in this day of dwindling small-market, independent media, it is particularly difficult for communities to accept such a local closure, especially when an outlet has been a part of the local psyche for years.

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