July 20, 2016
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For the past seven years, I have been the full time caregiver for my wife suffering from Alzheimer’s in the Tri-Cities.
Voters will have five choices for the Fourth Congressional District seat on primary ballots that go out this week.
I didn’t intend to run the red light. I didn’t intend to run you over in a crosswalk. I didn’t intend to get you pregnant.
You know what they say about one door closing… another one opens.
FBI Director James Comey’s news conference on the conclusion of the Hillary Clinton investigation reminded me of another staged media event in a hostile environment almost 50 years ago.
Most of us would turn our nose up at the thought of eating an animal found dead along the road.
The Fourth of July has come and gone, and with it the annual reminder about a group of brave souls who sparked a revolution against an evil empire.
In the presidential campaign leading up to the November elections, hopefully we will hear about ways to “Make America Great Again!”
Good intentions don’t justify federal meddling in local government.
Last week’s U.K. vote to leave the EU may have come as a shock to many, but the sentiment that led British voters to reject rule from Brussels is nothing unique.
Since my daughter’s return home three weeks ago, I’ve been on a nostalgic trip down memory lane.
Apparently a “Maxit” is under way.
Since 1941, U.S. residents have enjoyed the fourth day of July as a national holiday.
As we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the U.S. Bicentennial, memories come flooding back.