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Think about it! Pray over it! No matter how long it has been, it doesn't bother God. [Read More]
Lost power due to HELCO irresponsibility... [Read More]
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Within a day, video of tearful boy had been viewed more than 11 million times and celebrity support surged. [Read More]
A real test for possible shifting voter patterns will come next November in the Tennessee senatorial race. [Read More]
Speculation has run vigorously through mainstream media in recent days that President Trump lately has been behaving strangely, even for him. [Read More]
It is always commendable when professors get out of the "ivied sandbox" and engage the public by speaking their minds ("Letter from some University of... [Read More]
I recently saw U.S. Sen. Jon Tester on a news channel and he was throwing a copy of the proposed new tax bill onto a... [Read More]
Almost immediately after University of Oklahoma Board of Regents Vice Chairman Kirk Humphreys expressed discriminatory opinions toward the LGBT community, members of the OU community... [Read More]
In the Trey Sims case, recently decided on appeal in favor of Sims, two of three judges decided that the cops can't force teenagers to... [Read More]
News Record readers were likely surprised when they picked up Wednesday's newspaper to read the banner headline declaring Gillette College men's basketball coach Shawn Neary's... [Read More]
Dear Santa:... [Read More]
On Dec. 6 I left my Eastgate area home for a 10:30 a.m. appointment. It was a very cold and foggy morning, making it more... [Read More]
Cartoonist Rik Dalvit's take on Whatcom County. [Read More]
At the end of November 1893 there was a meeting in the Atlanta offices of E.W. Marsh, the owner of the Sweet-water Park Hotel. Across... [Read More]
I love to sing the carol, though I am uncertain as to the accuracy of the title. Nothing about the night itself was holy; except... [Read More]
The Dec. 12 front-page article, "Region's farmers seek answer for soil acidification," describes what may well be the most far-reaching threat to conventional crop production:... [Read More]
Perhaps because of its complicated technical design, zealous community of advocates and famously mysterious founding story (its creator was unknown for years), a variety of... [Read More]
Editor's note: Leonard Pitts is on vacation. His syndicated column, which appears each Sunday on the Missoulian Opinion page, will resume when he returns. [Read More]
A Dec. 7 story in the Ravalli Republic included propaganda by the management of Pyramid sawmill and forestry cohorts as to why they don't want... [Read More]