My favorite holiday is rapidly approaching.
Want to hold state lawmakers’ collective feet to the fire to reform Washington’s sales tax system? That’s in essence the question Initiative 1366 presents to voters next Tuesday, Nov. 3.
The domino theory derailed U.S. foreign policy in the 1960s. Now, it’s apparently gotten our state’s cougar policy off track.
Growing up in Eastern Washington, most of my life I’ve had to endure talk of breaching dams on the Columbia and Snake rivers.
Washington voters have an opportunity to make an impact and contribute to a multi-faceted global effort to save animals threatened with extinction by voting Yes on I-1401.
In a few months the Carnation plant in Sunnyside will be no more.
Buddy has been pretty jumpy lately. He seems to have noticed the longer shadows in his trips through the garden.
100 YEARS AGO…(1915)
After watching the first Democrat Party presidential debate, one can understand why the Democrat National Committee has chosen to limit their presidential debates to just six.
How will Washington State University’s plan to have a second public medical school in the state of Washington impact Sunnyside?
What a great day!
In Roger Harnack’s “On the Hot Seat” personal column on Wednesday, Oct. 14, about the Sage grouse and farmland, he made a small, but significant mistake.
The recent ShakeOut earthquake drill reminded me of my own limited experience with earthquakes.
According to the Washington Traffic Safety Commission, motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teens and young adults.
You have to hand it to Windy. When Alphonse “Windy” Wilson chooses to speak, it is a bombastic sampling of creativity.