It is time we change our thinking on Alzheimer’s disease. Too often Alzheimer’s and other dementias are treated as an aging issue, ignoring the public health consequences of a disease that someone in the U.S. develops every 66 seconds.
While the national media is fixated on the sexual antics of their East Coast anchors, and wealthy lawmakers, real news is taking place in Las Vegas, Nev., news that has a very real possibility of changing how public land is managed here and across the rest of The West.
Lower Yakima Valley voters have spoken on marijuana. Well, sort of.
Thank you for the great coverage of the Toppenish Lighted Parade in Monday’s edition of The Daily Sun.
Pat and I were watching Hallmark Christmas movies last week as we celebrated Thanksgiving.
It’s finally here – the weekend all of Sunnyside looks forward to all year – the annual Sunnyside Lighted Farm Implement Parade weekend.
My son Gideon’s former elementary school awarded (and still awards) a weekly “good citizen” award to a student who does an outstanding job with teamwork, politeness, kindness, etc.
Thanks for helping to create a conversation about reducing poverty with education, and the bipartisan work to support this effort. (‘Educate children and cut poverty worldwide’ by Lisa Still, Daily Sun, October 27, 2017)
Unemployment is low, stocks are booming, and business confidence is soaring to record highs.
Now that the door-busters are over at the big box stores — you know, the ones where you drive to the Tri-Cities to buy yourself a new TV for Christmas — it’s time to start thinking shopping in local mom-and-pop shops.
Howard Henry’s no preacher. But the prayer he uttered outside a home on Logan Street in Harrisburg on a chilly night last week for Kaliah Dearing, 16, and Natasha Harner, 24, who had been found shot dead there, carried the same weight as if they’d been uttered by a man or a woman of the cloth.
Thanksgiving grants us time each year to reflect on our blessings with gratitude and to look forward to the new year with anticipation.
Many are the things people say they are thankful every year as they sit for their Thanksgiving meal.
Everywhere you go today, you’ll notice people flipping through the newspaper and scanning the Internet for Christmas deals. Although merchandise isn’t yet available for Black Friday, the Christmas shopping season is well under way.
A year ago, 63 million Americans elected Donald Trump as president. Energized by Trump’s pledge to enforce immigration laws and restore an immigration system that works, voters pulled off a historic defeat of mainstream avowed-open border candidate Hillary Clinton.