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The reason it is difficult to research facts about creative people is that they are creative people. Personality profiles can only go so far when… Continue reading
“O, what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive.” I am distracted by the spider eating his/her prey caught in an… Continue reading
While the pandemic has dramatically improved air quality, it has been a headache for recyclers.
Compared to most indicators for 2020, the Water Year is closing relatively smoothly.
In this month’s column, I wish to acknowledge more local organizations and businesses that are making life easier for us during the pandemic. While many… Continue reading
The U.S. Navy must continue activities to prepare sailors for dangerous or emergency missions
Conspiracy theories, reliable science stand in stark contrast under the Trump administration
Sequim resident reflects on lessons learned from a COVID-19 scare
Replanting millions of acres scorched by wildfires in our western woodlands will be a herculean task
Entrepreneurs and small business owners are resilient; that’s never been truer than the past 6 months
Letters to the Editor, Sept. 16, 2020
What we don’t know about of harbor seals and California sea lions could be hurting salmon, orcas
Not only is the world in the COVID-19 grasp, but America’s western wildlands are burning up as well
When the coronavirus swept our state this year, Washingtonians got to work.
Why is this country so afraid of black men?
I sunburn, bright light hurts my eyes, and I hate to sweat. So why is it that I love the gorgeous days we’re having? Why… Continue reading
On Aug. 13, 1970, my brother, 1st Lt. Lawrence Gordon Swarbrick, was killed in Vietnam. He was one of more than 282,000 U.S. and Allied… Continue reading
Wow. What a difference two weeks makes. (Bear with me as this is a deep dive into the very shallow – but fascinating – Dungeness… Continue reading
At a reader’s request I am making a brief, public comment on the resources I used for last month’s column (July 2020). For clarification, I… Continue reading