It was nice the past few days watching people here and across the country celebrating the total eclipse of the sun.
When the subject is immigration, everyone has an opinion.
Revisionists have been trying to change history since mankind could communicate.
Four men accused in the so-called “Battle of Bunkerville” will remain in custody for the weekend awaiting a verdict in the second conspiracy case against them.
We were driving up Interstate 81 last Sunday afternoon, the radio on, the sun setting into the hills, when we passed a tractor-trailer truck, and saw Old Glory proudly snapping in the strong wind behind the cab.
In his Aug. 2 op-ed, Joe Guzzardi states that “Despite media accounts to the contrary, outside of the bubbled Beltway, President Trump is hugely popular.
It’s time to say good-bye.
The solar eclipse next Monday morning has already prompted Oregon officials to declare a state of emergency and call out the National Guard.
Social media posts by themselves generally cannot disrupt a classroom. But the bully tactics of people who disagree with posted personal thoughts and opinions sure can.
Bishop Mark Davies of Shrewsbury was quoted in a story that disregard for human life in the western world today resembles the Aztec practice of human sacrifice.
After reading your column last week on the water issue, I wanted to send a note agreeing with you that the court’s Hirst decision was a big mistake.
A North Carolina man walks into a popular Washington D.C. pizzeria and opens fire, telling police upon his inevitable arrest that he came to “self-investigate” a widely debunked conspiracy theory involving former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Lots of folks picture reporters as ambulance and fire engine chasers.
What will we do if the national debt becomes so big that other countries stop lending to us?