Saloon: Ask legislators to walk by ‘both faith and sight’

Anger at state lawmakers boiled over during the recent session, which concluded last week.
In a guest column, educator and blogger Dallas Koehn looks at the need for legislators to "consider the needs of the many, not merely their favorite few."
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With our transition from a for-profit to a nonprofit model, The Frontier has also created a new addition to our website for commentary and opinion: The Saloon.
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Frontier Reads: J. K. Rowling back with another Comoran Strike mystery

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"Career of Evil" by Robert Galbraith is the third book in the Cormoran Strike series. Writing under a pseudonym, J.K. Rowling has applied her vivid storytelling and skilled character development to a distinctly different audience and subject matter.
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Frontier Reads: In “Death Notice,” murder and mayhem grip a small town

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Todd Ritter's debut novel "Death Notice" is a fantastic read, and has launched a series of Kat Campbell Mysteries, including "Vicious Circle," "Bad Moon," and "Devil’s Night."
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Frontier Reads: Operation Mincemeat

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“Operation Mincemeat” by Ben Macintyre is the recounting of a mission carried out toward the end of the war to fool the Nazis into thinking the allied invasion of southern Europe would take place in an entirely different location.
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Frontier Reads: A spooky, mysterious tale to leave you guessing

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In The Thirteenth Tale, a ghost, a governess and a topiary garden spin a tale for us. Together, Margaret and Vida battle the ghosts that have haunted them in order to be able to confront their own truths.
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Frontier Reads: Meatballs with Sir Salman Rushdie

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Martin: "It's quite an understatement to say I was nervous when I found myself, five days prior to the Rushdie event, sitting in a room surrounded by members of the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force."
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Frontier Reads: A restless writer roams with the buffalo

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Steven Rinella moves astutely across such treacherous fields as anthropology, archaeology, paleontology, geology and biology.
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Frontier Reads: Jeff Martin gets snagged in the charms of “The Fly Trap”

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For like all great works of memoir or writings of nature, this is obviously not a book about hoverflies. It's about everything, about us.
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Read Frontier: Dragonfish — A riddle wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma

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The novel now becomes a fiction noir and mystery set against the underbelly of Las Vegas glitz and excess — a stark contrast to the culture the main character left behind.
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