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In our little Zoom room, I hear my interviewee break into sobs. Her part of the Zoom room is engulfed in darkness, and I have… Continue reading
With about 4,800 state employees in 24 agencies requesting vaccine exemptions, which is 8% of all state employees, and with the list growing, oversight of… Continue reading
Thanks for giving up your weekend to make sure residents were taken care of as quickly as possible.
When you wear those bolts, you’re expressing more than just an opinion. It’s a call for genocide.
If Dan Shannon likes facts so much, he should start using them.
It will be decades or longer, if ever, that a majority will be driving hybrids or electric vehicles.
Media like the Courier-Herald must let readers consider views they don’t always agree with.
The United States has always been a settler nation, made great because of immigration.
If politicians really want to anger women voters, the easiest way is to attack their rights. Since 1973, Roe v. Wade has stood as a… Continue reading
Column: Switching from natural gas to electricity is complicated and will impact everyone.
Enumclaw stepped up.
Here’s how we can reduce waste and generate power at the same time.
Shannon’s column told it like it is.
Thoughts on the many letter writers in the recent edition of the Courier-Herald.
Personal opinion and emotion do not have the force of law.
Four goals of education: Knowledge, wisdom, spiritual perception, and eloquent speech.
A short thank you for those who looked after us.
We all thought we were in this fight with the coronavirus together, based on what the experts have been telling us are the rewards of… Continue reading
It is not surprising that COVID-19, which ravaged the world, was disastrous for our country’s economy. Millions died from COVID complications. Offices, stores and factories… Continue reading
How can we love our country and not love our countrymen?