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“There is something infinitely healing in these repeated refrains of nature, the assurance that after night, dawn comes, and spring after the winter.”

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I think a time and circumstance like today’s invites comparisons. There’s nothing like a national disaster to call attention to leaders who act to protect their constituents and those for whom a decision is either too difficult or beyond their capacity.

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As our community faces the challenges caused by COVID-19 by preparing our homes, finding online lessons for our children and working remotely, we can’t forget to take care of our mental health. Everyone reacts differently during stressful situations, but when a situation requires social dist…

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What are you doing to brighten things up during this time of anxiety and isolation? Drop us a line or send a photo to newsroom@galvnes.com so it can brighten the lives of others.

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As a subscriber to my beloved island community newspaper, you (Leonard Woolsey) have my vote to do whatever the paper has to do to survive and maintain the dedicated, loyal and professional employees ("Daily News takes steps to adjust for the long haul," The Daily News, March 29).

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Once again, the editors are going to be brief today with our comments, typically published each day under the Our View header, to make room on the Opinion page for more community commentary.

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