Whether I was a preschooler hiking in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, a young adult spelunking in Kentucky’s Mammoth Cave or a father introducing his son to Shiloh National Military Park, I always believed I could enjoy America’s treasures without too much intrusion from Madison Avenue.
Today, President Obama’s administration is threatening our school districts — and every other district across the country — with legal action if they don’t obey his new edict on restroom use.
In the past, a cancer diagnosis was considered a death sentence.
The “Angry Birds” app-turned-movie opens soon as a feature-length film.
To explain the unexplainable, a saying caught on generations ago: “It must be the water.”
It’s good to see at least one federal agency reviewing its own inappropriate actions.
Like most Catholic-schooled girls who grew up in the 1970s, I learned about sex by reading several dog-eared Jacqueline Susann novels.
One of the highest rated television programs during Super Bowl Week last February was “Undercover Boss”.
Cinco de Mayo brought thousands of people to downtown Sunnyside this past weekend.
According to a May 11 United Press International story, Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton promised a radio interviewer that, if elected, she would release government records related to Area 51.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has got me smoking mad.
I am from Tekoa — population 843. We are your neighbors to the east.