Every day I hear from hard working people in Central Washington who are struggling to support their families and put food on the table.
The Fourth District Congressional race has more guns than a Vegas body-building show.
Who’s that gray-haired old guy in the Oval Office?
Like a doctor removing something important, Herb Collins gently peeled the wrapper back from the root ball and tenderly placed the baby tree in the hole. Then he stood and walked around it to see which way he should align it. Actually, looks pretty good just the way it is.
Buddy and I have been having some very serious discussions about car rides these past few 90-degree days.
Here’s hoping your Independence Day was beyond terrific.
Windy Wilson was on the prowl, this beautiful Independence Day morning, searching the neighborhood for something to do for others.
The latest complication in the smoldering, moldering, illegal immigration issue is the swarms of mostly Central American children suddenly showing up at and crossing the U.S. southern border.
As a nerd, I like statistics. I enjoy reading factual tidbits, including various reports released by the Washington State Patrol.
The recent closure of the Mabton Bridge to traffic over three tons should have locals waking up to a major problem.
There is an outrage in our tax code and it’s costing you money.
On a good, warm Saturday morning you have your choice here in our valley: yard saling or livestock saling.
Got a call this week from Jerry Dixon of Prosser in response to my column last Friday about a journalism mentor of mine, Jack Stoner, who passed away recently.
With the start of summer, Central Washington farmers are working harder than ever to produce some of the world’s finest and most diverse agricultural products. Our region is known for producing a wide variety of top-quality, agricultural products that are enjoyed by consumers worldwide.
My Buddy has been doing his best to find ways to become a service dog. But, I am afraid my little Yorkie pal is never ever going to make the cut.