Earlier this year I joined 366 of my colleagues in Congress to express grave concern about the Obama Administration’s negotiations with Iran on a possible nuclear deal
The Internet is a strange place.
I don’t care what outsiders say or think of the Lower Yakima Valley, when they paint us in a negative light.
Whenever Delbert McLain – our chamber of commerce here – gets a new idea, he generally shows up at the Mule Barn for coffee.
I recently read a news story of an outstanding teenager in Prosser named Walker Orr. Since the age of 8, Walker has found innovative ways to offer a service or product in exchange for a reasonable price, from selling varieties of seeds to running a lawn mowing business.
I’m putting them on my salad, my burgers, popping them like happy pills.
Before the ins and outs of the 2016 presidential contest become a preoccupation for many of us, it seems a good time to step back and look at the office of the presidency for which so many candidates are vying.
Days like this, said Doc, a guy has to get out and get his yard work done early, before it gets too hot.
John W. Gardner, the United States Secretary of Health and Human Services from 1965 to 1968, is quoted as saying:
Like car parts chunked and sold in a junk yard, unborn baby parts have value, too.
“Bert looks good this morning, Doc,” Dud said, quietly. Three stools down the counter, Bert smiled and said, “Yes, I certainly do!”
I do a lot of walking, both for my job and as a way to help keep the weight off.
As we witness the fall and likely deterioration of the small Mediterranean nation of Greece, it would be wise to understand that unless America makes radical corrections, Greece’s fate will be ours.
Traveling our roadways, visiting our local parks and attending numerous events on a regular basis I can’t help but notice all the garbage floating here and there.
Get this: The average human being now has a shorter attention span than a goldfish.