NOTE: Here we post columns written by community members, city leaders and Flash staff. The opinions expressed in this section are not necessarily those held by The Flash Today. Contact information for each writer will be provided at the bottom of each column.
With news stories of the revolving door of administrators coming and going, and with the charges and countercharges concerning secrecy, sex, lies, and videotape (or lack thereof), it’s easy to lose sight of the city […]
The stories published by The Flash Today have offered readers invaluable insights into how the current Stephenville City Council is (mis)functioning. These insights offer great benefits to the readers, yet also hint at potential costs […]
This tribute to long-time Dublin resident and community leader James Fritts was written by his good friend, community leader and former publisher of the Dublin Citizen, Karen Wright. James Fritts was a force of nature […]
Readers of The Flash Today’s newest reporting can be pardoned for thinking the circus had come to town, set up shop in city hall, and taken over the governance of Stephenville. Last week, after The […]
Readers of this column or my Facebook blog, Crosswise on Politics, know I’ve frequently been critical of the Stephenville Empire-Tribune. But I was pleasantly surprised to find three good articles in the Empire-Tribune which effectively […]
Personnel issues at city hall have been much in the news lately. For example, last week the local “newspaper” reported that the city administrator had fired the new director of Planning and Building Services, thereby […]
There’s no doubt about it—the citizens of Stephenville wanted Prop 1 and a new direction for economic development, and they expressed their demand in the purest, cleanest, most democratic way possible in politics—through a free […]