I’m beyond fed up that the gender of the murderers are still largely absent from conversations about America’s mass shootings crisis.
It’s strange days for those of us who have tried our best to keep current on the research and public messaging surrounding SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, for more than two years.
On a summer morning in southern Idaho, the day breaks early, before 6 a.m. The air is stale, never fully cooled from the heat of the day before.
There are few issues that draw standing-room-only crowds to local city council meetings, but in the days before the COVID-19 pandemic put a damper on everything even remotely “crowded,” the Camas City Council used to pack the house when officials discussed protecting the city’s tree canopy.
Historical memory can fade over time. Born in 1942, I’ve watched it happen.
Skamania County public utilities commissioner candidates needed
National parks have been getting a lot of love since the pandemic, so much that this summer you need reservations at many. For example, you must make a reservation just to drive Montana’s legendary Going-To-The-Sun Road in Glacier National Park, and passes can sell out within hours of release.
We usually reserve the last editorial of the month for our Cheers & Jeers column, but we’re going to bump that column this month to address a more pressing issue.
Camas must have better enforcement for illegal signs
Russian atrocities in Ukraine horrify us all, particularly knowing many Russians consider Ukrainians family.