I’m drinking morning coffee and exchanging pleasantries with the omnipotent Google Home device that arrived as a gift and was given a place near our kitchen table.
I am an American and believe in the U.S. constitution. However, my faith in America and belief in the Constitution has been severely challenged.
After reading with great concern your Dec. 21 editorial about our state’s Electoral College vote Dec. 19 and the four “faithless electors,” some clarifications are needed.
Find a designated driver before partying on New Years Eve
You’ve survived another year and you’re ready to celebrate.
In the spirit of New Year’s, here are four resolutions for president-elect Trump and Congress that will enable them to really make America great again:
As 2017 approaches, it is fascinating to look back at the vast changes in our lives over the last century and then imagine where we may be headed in the next 25 years.
As we celebrate joyfully with friends and family this holiday season, American Humane — the country’s first national humane organization — is reminding pet owners to take safety steps to ensure the holidays are just as merry for their furry friends.
Our local Congressman, Rep. Dan Newhouse, is supporting Paul Ryan’s efforts to end Medicare as we know it.
Many Americans are spoiled when it comes to Christmas. Shop, eat, go to church, open presents, watch football.
They didn’t get electricity until the 1960s. They made do and were content. It’s all they knew.
Tomorrow is Christmas Eve and the day after is Christmas Day.
And now a few choice words for all Republicans advising Democrats to “stop whining about the election and get over it.”