The Sunnyside School Board is moving on following Superintendent Rick Cole’s resignation.
I’m not much of an outdoors type, but one of the things I enjoy doing is taking a brisk walk.
I arrived at the state Capitol just before 7 a.m. Jan. 11. It was the first day of the legislative session, but I had been in Olympia almost a week.
Sarah Palin has made me sad.
Boy, it’s cold outside.
Back in the early ‘Aughts, when the wheels were starting to come off the economy, America’s legions were fighting not one, but two foreign wars.
There’s a strong push this legislastive session to raise the minimum age to purchase or smoke tobacco or vaping products to 21 in our state.
“Black Lives Matter” — except in Tinseltown. The Hollywood liberals who give Academy Awards to their friends got called out for their lack of diversity this week.
After the last two years of drought in Eastern Washington, you would think the state and federal governments would be looking for practical solutions for water storage.
A couple weeks ago I bumped into John Darrington, a consultant who guided the search a few years ago that led Sunnyside to hire Don Day as its city manager.
Just like those in Sunnyside, Mabton residents will soon see ballots appear in the mail for a school maintenance and operation levy on the Feb. 9 ballot.
We should be thankful the Obama administration is nearing its end.
Here’s something you don’t see in the winter much anymore: unsupervised children sledding alone.