Say what you want about the departure this week of University of Washington Husky football coach Steve Sarkisian.
SPOKANE— The headline on a recent column was, “Play fair on Obamacare.” It’s naïve to think that will happen, but the dishonesty is still appalling.
Consolidating government services can be more efficient and save taxpayers money. It’s generally a good idea to at least look into mergers between governments — city, county or state — to determine if there is a benefit to citizens.
Considering the position expressed by many network and NBC employees on their programs regarding gun control and gun violence it seems hypocritical to broadcast shows such as “The Blacklist.”
The best play you will get to go to this decade opened Thanksgiving weekend at Walla Walla Community College’s China Pavilion.
Gov. Jay Inslee is correct. A $10 billion to $12 billion upgrade of the state’s transportation infrastructure is essential for economic development and critical in convincing The Boeing Co. to build its new 777X jetliner in Washington.
The faith community on poverty wants to remind you of alternative gift opportunities.
Now that December has arrived, the real holiday season has begun. That means all decorating, music or shopping that occurred before Dec. 1 does not count, at least not as holiday decorating, music or shopping.
Computers have made the world smaller. Nearly any product in the world consumers want to buy is — literally — at their fingertips.
Fort Walla Walla Museum serves two significant roles in our community: the noble task of being the primary organization responsible for discovering, preserving and sharing the rich heritage that makes our region special; and an economic engine. Each year, tourists who visit the museum spend around $2.5 million locally.
Newsflash! Government regulations in the free market economy aren’t always the terrible intrusion many believe them to be.
When the Washington Aerospace Partnership, a local booster group, tried to woo Boeing recently with a full-page ad, it got widely mocked because the ad mistakenly featured a plane from the hated Airbus.
Sam Traylor (We must act against climate change, Nov. 24) is justifiably concerned about rising sea levels accompanying global warming.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but what is that picture worth if it is the only one available because the president of the United States decided to control the scene by keeping news organizations out of the room?
Has anyone thought of getting Congress to appropriate funds to build a library dedicated to the “Unknown Windbag?”
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