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Last year, after one of this area’s odd and paralyzing snowstorms, I watched a very dumb guy in a very fancy SUV suddenly whip around the traffic in front of him and barrel at breakneck speed up an icy hill.
If you have a loved one serving in the U.S. military this holiday season, you understand the sacrifices of a military career.
That was an interesting editorial cartoon (“Chez Gregoire” and the state budget, Auburn Reporter, Dec. 3).
The average African-American high school senior has the academic skills equal to the average white seventh-grader, according to Jonathan Kozol, an author, educator and activist.
The Seattle Times recently launched a three-part investigative series titled “Culture of Resistance” regarding the protocols of Washington State hospitals to control MRSA: Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus, an antibiotic-resistant form of the common staph germ.
It was a dark and stormy night. Plenty of lousy novels have begun that way, so why not a lousy column?
Each day it seems as if our budget deficit for Washington grows exponentially.
I am so thankful this holiday. What a wonderful place Auburn is to live and raise a family.
In the debate over our state’s budget woes an important fact is too often ignored. During an economic downturn there is no wiser investment for our state to make than in higher education.
Here’s a headline for you: “A NEW STUDY HAS COME OUT!” Now that you’ve been thoroughly startled, let me give you the stunning details.
We’re still a long way out from Christmas, even though one Seattle radio station is already playing holiday music around the clock and gift catalogs have been clogging mailboxes since Halloween.
Dear Bill Gates,
Even in the year 2050, newspapers will still line birdcages.
If you don’t follow NASA more closely than noting a space shuttle launch or space walk on the International Space Station, you might not be aware that America is building a new rocket.
In answer to Mr. Wells Jr.’s letter of Oct. 2, you haven’t seen anything yet.
Denis DeFrancesco’s view (Nov. 12 letter to the editor, Auburn Reporter) about Walter Backstrom’s editorial reflects many of those I talk with: “I understand disagreeing with the president’s policies or actions, but calling the president of the United States and Commander in Chief disgusting names is something I just don’t understand.”