That hard-to-find, last-minute gift item we’re going to be suggesting this Christmas won’t fit in a box or under a tree. It’s not diamonds or two tickets to that thing your wife really likes.
Another bipartisan coalition. Another last-minute appeal for appropriations. More pleading, more begging.
We’ve all shopped the big box stores and there’s nothing wrong with that. There are things we can purchase from those facilities that we can often not get in our small towns.
A photo of a handwritten letter from a father to his daughter’s school has been circulating through Facebook again.
Everyone has a woman in his or her life. Mothers, sisters, aunts, grandmothers, girlfriends, best friends. That’s why breast cancer is everyone’s business.
But we’re going to risk it in this instance because this week’s election makes it somewhat timely. That, combined with the fact that the politician to whom we spoke is not running for office, makes this all a bit more interesting. During election season, politicians are always pressed for time — halfway out the door they just walked through — so there is little opportunity to really discuss what’s happening.
A parade, a recognition ceremony, flags along Main Street: All are great and honorable ways leading up to Veterans Day to recognize the men and women who served in U.S. Armed Forces.
Did you see that? Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson was on the sidelines, suited up and ready to go. And he just stood there. Doing nothing.
Last week, the Grangeville City Council began discussion on proposed code changes that, if adopted, would end licensing cats.
What is vitally important to the economy and well-being of Idaho County? Say the “forest products industry” and you’ll get a lot of “tell us something we don’t know” responses around here. And rightly so, as this industry forms the historic bedrock of this region’s – and, in fact, the Northwest’s – formation and development.
White Bird area voters have an easy choice Nov. 4: Whether or not to form a recreation district.
Someone once said that the value of a survey is not in the results but in the controversy it generates in its aftermath with folks vying to contradict its findings.
The teenage years are perhaps the most important time for students to develop their individual skills and interests. It is one of the greatest times for character development that begins to turn teenagers into adults.
Idaho’s Republican Party Chair has told Idaho that he thinks plagiarism is no big deal: Mr. Yates’ words upon hearing that a Republican politician plagiarized, “This is plain vanilla prose.
Usually in this spot we’re calling your attention to an issue and yapping about what we’d do to make the world a better place if we were named kings for a day.