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As a student, I see how phones can distract others and limit how I can learn from my peers.
Those who came out ahead include Big Oil and Big Soda.
I’d like to respond to the letter (“Don’t steal or block political signs,” Oct. 31) concerning political signs. On the weekend of the past gun… Continue reading
The 2018 Bras for A Cause event raised more than $10,000.
The midterms were just as much about emotions as it was issues.
It’s not about money, it’s about survival.
Those who waste less end up paying more. How is that logical?
By now I presume most of you realize my political sentiments, generally lean towards the left. “Generally” is the key word here. On a few… Continue reading
There’s so much fun and learning to be had.
Eliminating the death penalty was just the first step in the right direction.
It’s quite simply impossible
I understand the pull of a charismatic leader that puts the blame of life’s woes on others.
When you do, you cherrypick the First Amendment.
It should interpret the Constitution as written and rule based on the law.
Fall has come to the Plateau. Let’s celebrate!
Initiative 1631 is nothing more than a scheme by politicians and environmental groups to create a slush fund from the bank accounts of a misinformed electorate.
Not only is it illegal, but your actions say a lot about your character.
Some details in the 1987 book are still relevant today.
Our libraries have done all they can to cut costs. It’s our turn to support them.
The “Rainy Day” fund and the McCleary decision is expected to take most of the state revenue.