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When our military is viewed as an employer, it has the same problem as the private sector; attracting qualified people to fill jobs. In today’s… Continue reading
Two strategies with two potential outcomes: the course our nation was decided Tuesday.
Sen. Joe Fain has been and continues to be an active member of our community. During his tenure, he has worked tirelessly to address the… Continue reading
On election day, voters will decide the fate of Initiative 1631, which, in the name of greenhouse gas reduction, imposes a never-ending tax increase on… Continue reading
The book gave me a deeper understanding of President Trump and his unique style of leadership.
“A partisan reputation… is going to cause very serious harm to the status and integrity of the decisions of this court in the eyes of the country.”
An opinion piece from The Courier-Herald
Are the 147 members of the Legislature in line for a raise? Should the salaries of judges in Washington be on par with the pay… Continue reading
Politicians can only hope they have made the right choices and that their constituents vote them in/back into office.
Even non-partisan city council races feel the heat.
The partisan political divide is growing as the November midterm elections approach. Emotions are on edge. Democrats are hoping for a big blue wave of… Continue reading
Due to the enormous volume of data at our fingertips, we are now living in the age of “post-truth.”
The struggle between web and print for weekly papers.
Take a rubber band and place it around your fingers and thumb. When you move your thumb, all the rest of the fingers feel the… Continue reading
I would like to focus this month on an issue that is of great importance to libraries and the patrons we serve. In 2017, the… Continue reading
Nothing else makes much sense.
My favorite season is upon us, once again. You may be thinking, what season is that? (Almost) fall? Football season? Well, it’s a combination of… Continue reading
But the current atmosphere of fear and uncertainty may be part of the mix driving the economy.
No excuse for the rhetoric
Have you ever played the board game called “Risk”? Last week I taught my three oldest grandkids (ages 11, 9 and 9) how to play… Continue reading