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The Affordable Housing Action Group picks up a great deal of the slack during the summer.
A recent letter writer saw conspiracies where there were none.
We need to help reduce it, not just manage it, in Jefferson County and beyond.
The 49ers quarterback is exercising his right to free speech in protesting the victimization of black people.
He should release just the first three pages so we can get a better idea of his returns.
If you sit this one out, we could end up with a Trump presidency, which would be disastrous.
We need to elect people who will actually make a difference in our lives.
I go by what my mother taught me in pre-adolescence 65 years ago.
Despite a recent column on the “misplaced faith” of homeownership, buying a home is a sound investment.
My good friend mentioned marriage counseling. I enviably thought of robins’ relationship.
Thanks to workers and volunteers, we’re able to enjoy the splendor right next door to us.
A recent letter to the editor blew his cover in subverting Donald Trump’s candidacy.
The Labor Day campout was just another example of the shrinking middle class: no au jus with our prime rib!
To those who believe in “The Donald,” I suggest shaking the sand out of your ears.
The 15th annual Bear Creek Chili Cook-Off and Potluck will be this Saturday at the Hungry Bear Cafe west of the Bear Creek Bridge on U.S. Highway 101.
The Republican presidential candidate simply wants black people to take their lives back.
His opponent, Randy Johnson, would, as a former Rayonier employee, have too much power over county timberland.
Randy Johnson misunderstood the message presented by atmospheric sciences professor Cliff Mass over I-732.
Paying lip service to compassion doesn’t make you a decent human being.
As a county commissioner, Mike Chapman has no say in city issues, such as Port Angeles water fluoridation.