News cycle and business health

John Watkins, The Daily Independent, Ridgecrest, wrote: “Personal health has been at the forefront, but now comes the continued worry about ‘business health.’”

Connecting can carry that weight

Brian Hamilton, The Union, Grass Valley, wrote: “For those who feel overwhelmed, you are not alone.”

Coming face-to-face with our newsroom reality

Mike Wolcott, Chico Enterprise-Record, wrote: “I look at the faces on my computer screen, wonder how they keep going, and give thanks every single day that they care so much.”

Investment memo to my financial adviser

Robert Price, The Bakersfield Californian, wrote: “At some point we will want to party — after, of course, we have been instructed when and how to properly do so.”

Help beat the coronavirus blues with a (socially-distant!) walk in Sacramento

Jack Ohman, The Sacramento Bee, wrote: “Maintain your distance, of course, but walking can clear your head a bit and let you see that life is indeed going on out there.”

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