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China has a new industrial strategy capturing attention worldwide.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s recent speech on immigration missed the point.
The state Supreme Court is dangerously close to violating the state constitution and usurping the duties of the Legislature.
Highway signs along Interstate 80 in Utah warn: FOG MAY BE ICY.
If there was ever any doubt that our public universities have been filled with liberalism and personal greed and political agendas, they should’ve been erased by an admission this week at Washington State University.
It appears that Hillary Clinton is going to win the Presidential race.
Got an e-mail the other day asking me to participate in a fantasy football draft this weekend.
In this season of campaign ads and political signs that seem to line every street, candidate forums provide an opportunity to get to the heart of issues, and where candidates stand.
I’m a car guy.
The flurry of climate regulations coming out of federal agencies is an example of what to avoid.
We in America are in a very difficult time.
Their concern comes from good motives, no doubt, but we believe Prosser School Board members are misguided in considering voluntary drug testing for students.
Not too long after the Sept. 8, 1966 premiere of TV’s “Star Trek” (or “Star Trick,” as I misheard the title), my “no nonsense” grandfather unloaded on my father.
Classes have or will soon start in Lower Yakima Valley schools.
It’s summer time in Eastern Washington.