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  • Lois Olga CameronApril 27, 1916 - November 22, 2014

    Lois Olga Cameron<br/>April 27, 1916 - November 22, 2014
    Lois Cameron Freeman was born in Marshfield, Oregon but shortly thereafter her family settled in Oakland, California. She adored classical music and the arts and learned to play the piano as a child. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism at U.C. Berkeley and after graduating, she went to work as a reporter for The Sausalito News. At that time, the U.S. Navy was also recruiting graduates to join the Waves as a Commissioned Officer and offered Lois a Commission, which she declined in favor of pursuing her career in journalism.
  • Start the Presses: Moving on from climate change

    Start the Presses: Moving on from climate change
    For the past week or so, I’ve been receiving emails from MoveOn.org requesting that we refuse to run letters to the editor that deny climate change. When I first saw this request — in the form of an online petition started by a Burbank...

    Start the Presses: Writing about the good, writing about the bad

    Start the Presses: Writing about the good, writing about the bad
    Ugh. What a week. Certainly a fair amount of tragedy in town, from a motorcycle death to grave-marker thefts to human bones found near a missing man's car. Still, I have to confess a bit of professional distance. We report on terrible things sometimes,...

    Ron Kaye: The importance of remaining engaged

    Ron Kaye: The importance of remaining engaged
    A young man responded to a recent column by emailing me the story of a moral dilemma he faced when he saw a bee on the ground, unable to fly, its wings flapping desperately, disoriented. "I stood there watching the bee a long time, just to see if it...

    The Whiteboard Jungle: The good news is there's something to learn

     The Whiteboard Jungle: The good news is there's something to learn
    I know what many of you expect me to address this week, the recent headline-grabbing story about a teacher at Hoover accused of sexually assaulting a student. After all, I work there and that teacher was a colleague of mine. However, I'd like to dial...