It is a sad day for the losses along the eastern seaboard. It behooves us all to give a thought to the plight of our friends and neighbors and support them in any way we can. I urge all who can give in any way to provide relief for the victims of Storm Sandy to do so. New constructions will replace those flooded away. Infrastructure long ignored will be renewed. Community lost will become community found.
Storm Sandy and its aftermath. I know this is short notice but intrepid reporters/journalists will take advantage of the urgency to rise to the occasion and produce brilliant reports. That being said, I hope this Issue sees a better turn out than we have witnessed prior. We may have to consider making improvements or additions to the conduct of business here at The Free Press in order to get the publication growing and headed in the right direction.
Here in South Texas you wouldn't know Sandy had come. We have been slightly cooler at night but the days are in the 70's and 80's. The sun has been shining daily and the forecast is for more of the same. It is still early morning but the bright light and heat beginning to come through the window tells me today will be a day for outside work. Until tomorrow, this is my report for the day. Thanks for being here.