One of the editors at the Enterprise, who tends to view technology developed since 1995 with quiet suspicion, was forced to give up his beloved flip phone a couple of weeks ago.
Recently I was not feeling well as an Elder and Deer Clan Mother of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe. But when I read “Selectmen Back Tribe On Case” in The Mashpee Enterprise on…
How much does it take to keep Mashpee’s economy going?
It was with considerable interest that I read the editorial on “Diversity and The American Idea...” If anything, the editorial suggests a full support of white supremacy as…
Regarding the printed editorial in the July 3 edition of the Mashpee Enterprise, as someone coming from a multiracial family brought up on Cape Cod, there were so many stat…
Pretty early in the game, back living in caves or wandering the African savanna, humans hit on the concept of a meeting: Let’s all get together and decide what to do.
Bob Gibson, who played for the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1960s and ’70s, was one of the best pitchers of his time.
For too many years, Mashpee mostly has talked the talk.
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