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Majority Democrats realize contentious representative is staying
We know that Rep. Matt Shea is assigned to sit in the…
Adding student loan benefits helps millennials gets started in their work life and seems to keep them with employers.
By Charles H. Fattig McCleary Historical Society Lauren F. Bruner died September…
Scrapping ships could breathe new life into our nation’s shipbuilding.
It will be a busy year as voters decide the fate of school bonds and help choose the next president.
In 1869, the Daily Cleveland Herald quoted lawyer John Godfrey Saxe as…
After 772 weeks of us meeting here, I’m stepping away.
2019 started out so promisingly for the aircraft manufacturer
Before turning the page on the November election, here are a few questions to ponder.
By Don C. Brunell At Christmas, millions watch the 1946 movie classic,…
At year’s end, First Amendment issues are as controversial and multi-faceted as…
Stuck on what gifts to give Lt. Gov. Cyrus Habib and Republican…
At times, it takes a catastrophe to get real change. Too often…
It’s a cruel realization that plays out at the end of every sports season, fall, winter and spring.
Political lines not moving when it comes to impeachment of president
We don’t have to argue about what needs to be done to restore salmon and orcas. We’re past that. We know what the science and our hearts tell us are the right things to do.
The bottom line is now that hydrogen technology is growing in acceptance, it is starting to scale up, reduce production costs, and accelerate infrastructure and research.
A 2017 law lets lawmakers offer negotiation topics. But a bipartisan panel didn’t do so this week.
By Tommi Halvorsen Gatlin For the Vidette One of my earliest Christmas…