If a kid in a NASA t-shirt shows off his homemade clock, don’t call the police.
Last month Sunnyside science teacher Joyce Stark was named the regional teacher of the year, and next Monday it will be known whether or not she’s been selected as the top educator in the state.
Buddy and I were out for a stroll the other night and instead of using the litter bag I had to pick up after him, I found myself picking up after the horde of litter bugs who left their trash behind in the high school parking lot.
It’s that time of year again. Summer is finally turning into fall.
There are a few universal truths in our lives: the sun comes up in the east, it rains in Ketchikan and you can tell what the weather’s like by eavesdropping on the senior members of the world dilemma think tank … meeting daily at the Mule Barn coffee shop since God made dirt.
A lot of things can date an old movie or TV show: clothes, furniture, cars. As well as another thing: cigarettes.
Last Friday, Sept. 4, the State Supreme Court derailed Washington’s nascent charter school movement when it ruled that charter school Initiative 1240 is unconstitutional.
I’m all for transparency in government and public agencies.
Billy’s been a busy guy ever since he became the official town dog here.
August is when Congress adjourns during the hottest part of the summer, and it was a busy time for me last month traveling Central Washington, meeting with constituents and participating in local business and community visits.
San José Chiapa is a small municipality in southern Mexico, population about 9,000. But it could soon become Mexico’s mini-version of Detroit.
People are tempted to blur moral lines when it comes to feel-good things like immigration.
Each year when Mom visits from Ohio we try to share experiences or sights with her that are unique to our area.
It was Thursday again. Mabel Adams asked at the desk to be sure.
Good news: the number of Americans using food stamps in 2014 declined slightly from the previous year.