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I doubt it would be a hardship to kiss daylight savings time goodbye.
It takes only a small sewage leak to force closure of a shellfish bed or make people sick.
Information about the world around us is a right, a public good — and a product.
By Don C. Brunell For The Vidette November’s Camp Wildfire was California’s…
How successful Inslee is making his case will say a great deal about whether climate change is an issue the left takes seriously, or whether it is simply a totem they pay homage to.
By Don C. Brunell Darned if you do, or darned if you…
Democratic legislative leaders are gearing up for one of the most challenging conversations this session: taxes.
Just as roadbuilders carefully engineer, excavate and pave the highway before opening it to traffic, companies have to build the foundation for their projects. That’s reality today.
Simpson Says column for Feb. 21, 2019.
It’s almost as if the Democratic leaders in the House and Senate forgot what everyone was so mad about.
The sun shone brilliantly on snow-encased trees for miles as I passed through the Black Hills east of McCleary, practically convincing me it was actually still a month or so earlier.
America’s drift away from our market-based economic system is perplexing. Equally, mystifying is the new push to replace entrepreneurs with government bureaucrats in planning and controlling services and products offered to us—the consumers.
When McCleary was new, everyone was from somewhere else.
Misleading postcards didn’t violate election laws because they touted noncandidates, the PDC found
On average student borrowers in their 60s owed $33,800 in 2017 up 44 percent from 2010. Student loan debt for seniors rose 161 percent between 2010 and 2017. It was the largest increase of any group.
This month, Simpson Elementary School dove into some fun activities. Toward the middle of the month, Simpson had a Geography Bee, and at the beginning of the month, we had a Word of the Month assembly.
U.S. farmers are hopeful current trade negotiations will bring relief to the tariffs imposed between China and the U.S.