“Why did we just file for a permit to carry a concealed firearm in Washington, D.C.?” said my friend as I walked with him and his wife to their posh Capitol Hill condo.
Recently, the Wall Street Journal pegged the economic value of fossil-fuel related projects which were rejected or withdrawn since 2012 at $33 billion.
On behalf of Lower Valley Crisis and Support Services, I am writing to share about Alyssia Medina, a Grandview High School senior.
The Sunnyside City Council’s move to revisit its retail marijuana ban may have some scratching their heads or a bit disheartened.
Three recent stories regarding three government agencies — the IRS, the Transportation Security Administration and the Department of Veterans Affairs — show why we should oppose big government for practical, as well as philosophical, reasons.
I was extremely pleased with the condition of the cemetery gardens — they looked fantastic.
Cruz Ramos and Ralph Navarro should be commended for taking their time, energy and money to love and care for young area men through their community boxing program.
The U.S. Supreme Court made a very important decision affecting farmers, ranchers and other rural residents earlier this week with nary a peep in state and national media.
For the past several weeks, we’ve covered scholarships being awarded to high school seniors planning the next step on their educational journeys.
Ah, summer has arrived and the picnic season is upon us. One of the most delightful ways to celebrate our freedom is to picnic.
It was Memorial Day weekend and my husband and I made the rounds.
Today, more millennials are moving back home even though the economy is improving and wages are inching upward.