EDITORIAL: Adjustments

Rio Grande Valley residents probably have a lot to say about the global coronavirus pandemic, government officials’ reactions to it and restrictions on public...

EDITORIAL: Stockpiled

It appears that the worst is over with regard to store supplies — most people surely hope it is. Store shelves aren’t as full...

EDITORIAL: Protect vote

We have no idea how long the current coronavirus outbreak might continue, or how long officials will feel the need to restrict public behavior....

EDITORIAL: Test time

The United States boasts one of the most advanced medical systems in the world, and yet it has drawn widespread criticism for lagging behind...

EDITORIAL: Taking orders

Americans are a mobile, energetic people with a fierce attachment to personal liberty. We generally believe in doing what we please without having to...

EDITORIAL: Lucky

Some people already are starting to go stir-crazy under the restrictions being imposed on public activity — and it’s likely to get worse before...

EDITORIAL: Stay put

Government offices at all levels have imposed restrictions on public activities to fight the coronavirus. Dining halls, schools, gyms and bars have been ordered...

EDITORIAL: Finding forces

The establishment of a medical school in the Rio Grande Valley would have been auspicious at any time, but the current global health scare...

EDITORIAL: Accuracy

With freedom comes responsibility. Nowhere is that more evident than in our freedom to publish information and to choose where we get our information....

EDITORIAL: Going private

Every day more entities announce precautions against the coronavirus. Schools at all levels have canceled or postponed sporting events and other school-sponsored travel. Some have extended...