Leadership shakeup in Olympia is good for our state, voters
Gov. Jay Inslee is pouting these days because his feelings are hurt.
Police officers have a difficult and dangerous job serving and protecting the public. Sometimes that job involves officers firing their weapon, possibly injuring or killing the very public they protect.
What’s in a name?
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.
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.
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.
Failure would mean higher taxes in district
The obvious choice is “yes” when it comes to the Sunnyside School District levy ballot headed to our mailboxes this week.
Last year, Gov. Jay Inslee shot down a bill establishing laws related to the use of drones by government agencies and others over private property.
With the Legislative session only three days old, our inalienable right to keep and bear firearms is already under attack in Olympia. But none of the three introduced bills would curb gun violence in our communities.
As we all eagerly await the return of the Seattle Seahawks’ Beast Mode this Sunday on the grid iron, we are less enthusiastic about the return of “Gov. Least Mode.”
The protest at Eastern Oregon’s Malheur National Wildlife Refuge has cast a new light on perhaps the most important issue facing the West — federal management of public lands
For more than a decade, a partnership of police, schools and even Heritage University offered a program called “Midnight Live,” which gave kids a safe place to ring in the new year.
Hard to believe, but “A Charlie Brown Christmas” turns 50 this year.