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I hope by the time this column is published, I will no longer have to double up on the daily probiotics I take. Seems the… Continue reading
Will the Roadkill Caucus be reborn in 2017? This is not idle conversation as the approaching legislative session could be epic in its length and… Continue reading
One of the greatest, under-appreciated, benefits of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which remains the law of the land until amended, repealed or replaced, is… Continue reading
The message is clear. President-elect Donald Trump’s “Job One” is to put people back to work. Lack of jobs and employment opportunities exacerbated the plight… Continue reading
A wave of federal recognition of tribal sovereignty and treaty rights has reached a high water mark in the closing days of President Barack Obama’s… Continue reading
Don’t let the air out of your balloon so fast that you fly around the room and crash to the ground, a flattened version of… Continue reading
Imagine this: You’ve enjoyed a fun weekend in Eastern Washington, but you have to head home in the morning. Your friend goes to bed but… Continue reading
This is not a column about golf. For all of you wearing pants in bad plaids or mistaking this for the sports page, I apologize.… Continue reading
This election year, as never before, Americans have been polarized over the presidential candidates. And the candidates of the two major parties personify that divide… Continue reading
The Teaching and Learning Department once again is preparing for the Comprehensive Needs Assessment (CNA), our annual data gathering process. This survey asks households located… Continue reading
In my book, the view of Mount Olympus from the High Divide is one of the most glorious scenes anywhere, ever. We’re looking south across the broad Hoh River valley, but it feels like we could stretch an arm out and make designs in the Snow Dome with our finger.
As ballot counting continues in the 2016 primary, here are a few story lines emerging from the results already in hand:
Sequim resident Harvey Martin is no stranger to responding to emergencies. Earlier this year, however, the 89-year-old was on the other end of some critical help.
Looks like the next school bond is getting ready to leave the station. That is, if the school board can get on board.
After 69 years married, Bill and Merrilyn Shape are still happily in love.