Debating whether it was wrong for President Trump to pull the U.S. out of the Paris climate accord negotiations is never ending.
I’ve been doing a little writing for a blog group a niece of mine started recently. The theme for June is summer fun.
Wow — $16,000 for student medical scholarships raised by Charlene Maling and all her volunteer women and men managing the Sunnyside Community Hospital gift shop, part of the hospital auxiliary’s projects of community support.
What a wonderful vision the Port of Sunnyside has for our city.
With summer here it’s time to enjoy swimming with the grandkids, but you need to be aware of two rare and silent killers called dry drowning and delayed drowning.
As a subscriber of The Daily Sun, I look forward to two papers every year the most — the babies edition and the Top 5 percent graduates.
In 1997, Osama bin Laden said on CNN, “We declared jihad against America because America is unjust, criminal and tyrannical.”
If we’re headed for a massive economic slump, it may last for a shorter period of time if we tell our elected representatives to end deficit spending and end the money printing that goes along with it.
What in the world is happening to the nice green park like atmosphere at the Interstate 82-Midvale Road interchange?
Seems like threats of a state government shutdown are becoming the norm here in Washington state.
A restaurant chain used to say “when you’re here, you’re family.”
“I may have to do WHAT to receive my high school diploma?”
Recently, the Wall Street Journal editorialized that Connecticut’s elected officials are getting their “comeuppance” for years of absorbingly high taxes, failing to implement state spending constraints, and treating business as a bottomless well of cash.
People have asked over the years why I never left Granger or the Yakima Valley. I’ve asked myself the same question.
It is a mistake of monumental proportions to pull the U.S. out of the Paris Agreement.