Christmas is just a couple of days away, which means it’s time for last-minute gift-giving and well-wishing.
What do you say in this day and age of political correctness run amuck? Merry Christmas. Happy Hannukah. Happy holidays. Season’s greetings. Happy Festivus.
The state is renewing its push to require outdoor recreationalists to purchase a Discover Pass.
As a member of the Sunnyside Arts Commission, it was an honor to help design the challenge coin the city bestows on residents.
Ah, time — it travels faster than the Millennium Falcon.
One of my (many) favorite scenes in A Christmas Story is when Ralphie and his family are downtown for a community parade. There’s something cozy about that scene.
At 55.9 cents per gallon, our state already has one of the highest gas taxes in the nation. It’s even more expensive if you drive a diesel here, where the per-gallon tax is 61.9 cents.
Last week was an ugly day for civil discourse.
Be still your beating hearts, because the agonizing wait is over. Wake the kids. Rake the leaves. Fake speaking in tongues.
The day before Thanksgiving, President Obama assured Americans all was well and he knew “of no specific and credible intelligence indicating a plot on the homeland” based “… on the latest information I just received in the Situation Room.”
Since returning home to Eastern Washington seven years ago, I’ve made several trips to Palouse Falls.
The interventionists will do anything to prevent Americans from seeing that their foreign policies are perpetuating terrorism and inspiring others to seek to harm us.
What a dilemma we humans find ourselves in when we discover that fixing one problem serves to worsen another, something a group of Environment Canada researchers recently determined finding environmentalists caused global warming in their attempts to curb it.
Growing up in a world where irony and humor are practically banned by governmental fiat is a dangerous thing.