It appears my local column, about which I shared here in my last installment, still lives -- for now.
I had an email exchange with my editor, and she apologized for missing one I had sent. She said they are changing some things in regard to "who does what," and "it fell through the cracks." I thanked her and decided not to go into all the time this had happened previously.
Last week's did not run Monday morning, which is my preference, but Tuesday afternoon, and it was not included in morning and afternoon email newsletters. I have a feeling a lot of regular readers didn't even see it. I dared to write about something somewhat controversial and when I do that (which is rare), I usually receive at least a couple of emails.
I submitted a column Friday (yesterday) and asked that it be posted Monday. We'll see.
Since I think some folks missed this one, I thought I would post it here. Although this is about local and state issues, some of these matters are being discussed across the country. You might even be reading about something similar in your area.
(I will definitely post something about the heartbreaking situation in Ukraine in the near future. So stay tuned.)