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No governor or Legislature has ever had that much money to spend on government services and programs.
This sassy opus penned by a New York radio talk show host is a manifest of discomforting questions and conspiratorial theorems posed by those embracing the president’s call to turn back the men, women and children when they arrive at the U.S. border.
They provide nutrients and help block winter weeds, so don’t put them in the lawn waste bin.
Finding a living wage job is important to our country. People need work which provides money for rent, utilities and groceries and upward mobility. The key is arming Americans with the skills they need to keep our employers cost competitive.
A surge in voter interest, a swell in the ranks of Democratic state lawmakers and a spendy bunch of contests marked the 2018 election.
Columnist discusses Thanksgiving memories at Elma Senior Center.
Even though our armed forces have stepped up their enlistment bonuses, they still fall short of their recruitment goals.
By Jerry Cornfield Everett Herald Glen Morgan is a political conservative with…
State House District 19 The 19th District House race between incumbent Jim…
We review the diary of former McCleary resident Arthur S. Broadbent.
Writing the next state budget is going to be a taxing experience.…
Are the 147 members of the Legislature in line for a raise?…
Journalist Jamal Khashoggi is missing — and the world does not know if he is alive or dead. That there is no answer yet is, in itself, a tragedy. But depending on that answer, it may well become an atrocity.
Sitting on my sun-drenched patio outside my kitchen a scant couple of…
A carbon tax would raise over $610 million in its first year and jump to $761 million by 2023, but the added cost from the initiative over 15 years is projected to be 57-cents a gallon.
By Don C. Brunell
Sexual assault affects people of all demographics in all socio-economic classes.