Congress is considering renewing subsidies to wind companies. It’s time to end wind subsidies.
I was recently notified that a family member had not been heard from since July of this year. As the family member lived in Miami, the Miami Police Department was contacted but its response was underwhelming.
With all the emphasis on shopping locally and supporting our small businesses, I hope everyone will remember to stop by a community gem — the Fort Walla Walla Museum — to shop for some Christmas gifts.
Thomas Jefferson said, “Resistance to tyranny is obedience to God.” It is the natural state of man to be ruled by law; whether good and just; or evil and demeaning.
A quote attributed to Oscar Wilde says, “Nowadays people know the price of everything and the value of nothing.”
The Walla Walla School District school bullying policy is a farce! It does nothing! That’s right, I said it — nothing.
In 1890, evolutionists claimed the human body had 180 vestigial organs. What was meant by a vestigial organ and why was the concept important to the evolutionists?
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.
The faith community on poverty wants to remind you of alternative gift opportunities.
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.
Sam Traylor (We must act against climate change, Nov. 24) is justifiably concerned about rising sea levels accompanying global warming.
Has anyone thought of getting Congress to appropriate funds to build a library dedicated to the “Unknown Windbag?”
In his Nov. 24 letter to the editor Martin McCaw drags out his broadest brush, thinks up a cute little acronym, and paints all Republicans as fundamentalist, Ferrari-driving, wine snobs who hate the poor. Why, they might even think asking for ID when you vote is a good idea.
My Dad passed away in January 2013 at age 96 in central Michigan, and as we were preparing for an estate auction in November, I came across a bracelet with the name of Capt. Larry Hanley.
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