Publisher's Column

By HENRY FREDERICK
Headline Surfer
Column: People, Places & Things

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- On this Father's Day I am thankful for the love and support of two men in my life: My father, Henry Frederick Jr., 79, and my son, Henry Frederick IV, 24.

They are very influential in how I live my life. And I feel I am just as influential in helping them in living their lives, too. I am fortunate to have the loving interaction of both. My father raised me and I, in turn, raised my son. These are good things and the bonds are strong.

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Once again, L. Gale Lemerand, our most generous donor, has shown his deep and abiding interest in the education of Florida's children and in the institutions which provide that education.

DELAND, Fla. -- Despite the acrimony of the past two weeks since the series of well-played front page stories in the Daytona Beach News-Journal on the so-called crisis in the county morgue, Sheriff Mike Chitwood has been beating the drum for the heasd of longtime County Manager Jim Dinneen on a silver platter for he is the one Chitwood has been going after since his first few weeks in office.

EDGEWATER, Fla. -- Memorial day is just a day to any but to those of us who have relatives who served and perhaps were wounded and died for their country it is a very special day.

NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. -- Therapy is similar to exercise in many ways.

EDGEWATER, Fla. -- Today I feel like, Stop the World: I want to get off of it.

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- A quick thought in reaction to the breaking news: Here we go again, yet another school shooting, this time in Santa Fe, Texas.

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- When I left the Daytona Beach News-Journal about six weeks before the end of 2004, I still grossed nearly $55,000.  

Then again, I had a front-line beat and nearly a decade of experience from up North before winding down after nearly a decade for the newspaper. Which brings me to one Andrew Gant, the 

EDGEWATER, Fla. -- I recently read a media report that the 118-year-old statue commemorating Stephen Foster’s “Oh, Susannah,” has been removed due to people complaining it portrays the level of the black man is below the white man.

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