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OUR VIEW At the moment, we all want our normal lives back, but what will that normal be? A tiny, deadly virus has changed the way we live and the way we think. Will it be for the better, or will it be for the worse?

OUR VIEW It is necessary to get commerce back on its feet sooner rather than later. As many experts now understand, a deep, long-lasting economic depression could be as deadly, or more so, than the coronavirus. These are difficult times, and our elected leaders need to make some hard choices.

OUR VIEW Cities and states not being being able to rely on assistance from the federal government — the entity to which Americans send their tax dollars every year — is disheartening, to say the least, and that is doubly true for the nation’s health-care-delivery network, which according to doctors, nurses and other hospital personnel serving on the front lines is teetering on the verge of collapse.

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OPINION Today’s editorial is all about sharing the stories of your friends and neighbors, and their thoughts and fears about wildfires, all of which collectively paint a crucially important picture.

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School children in California have a long history of participating in drills to prepare them for 'The Big One.' For students of the 'Atomic Age', they were preparing for nuclear war, but children today need to prepare for the next big earthquake.