Editorial cartoons from Nov. 25, 2014.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Google is throwing its money, brain power and technology at the humble spoon. But these spoons (don't call them spoogles) are a bit more than your basic utensil: Using hundreds of algorithms, they allow people with essential tremors and Parkinson's disease to eat without spilling.
With Thanksgiving becoming another shopping holiday — Black Friday morphing into Black Thursday — I have begun to appreciate the perspective that comes from having lived these many years.
Adrian scores with two seconds left in 58-52 win
No. 8 Sherman triumphs for first football championship berth since the 1994 season
To the editor: Following the Lehman banking debacle of 2008, the government sponsored bailout of Too Big to Fail banks only created an illusion of recovery because the bailout did not stimulate the economy. Seventy percent of the economy is consumer-driven, thus consumer spending must increase.
To the editor: Lung Force, led by the American Lung Association, is trying to get the message across to everyone, but particularly women since only one percent of women even think about lung cancer. This is what they have to say about lung cancer:
To the editor: This letter was written by an unknown author and I ask that you print it: “Dear Friend: How are You? I just had to send a note to tell you how much I care about you. I saw you yesterday as you were talking with your friends. I waited all day hoping you would want to talk with me, too. I gave you a sunset to close your day and a cool breeze to rest you – and I waited.
Relay For Life of The Dalles has been given third place for the American Cancer Society Gordy fundraising per capita award. The award is presented to events that raise the most money per capita for various population sizes throughout the Great West division comprised of 12 states.
Firefighters say metal can is best option
American Red Cross issues travel, cooking safety advice
City tables decision to gather more information
Editorial cartoons from Nov. 23, 2014.
To the editor: Good for you, Mr. President. I am not a Democrat but I am proud of my president! You did the right thing for our immigrants and America! I served as a pastor for many years and was so tired of the quibbling.
To the editor: I read an article recently about the plight of Native Americans who live and fish on the Columbia River. Since this issue is of concern to all people of the Mid-Columbia, I thought I would share my views about it. By living on land that was taken from Native Americans, and by utilizing resources taken from that land, we are accessories-after-the fact of a colossal crime. The destruction of their culture and their identity as a people compounds that crime into the stratosphere.
To the editor: Everyday when we travel in our cars, stay safe and warm in our homes, buy food at the store, or use medicine, we benefit from the knowledge that science has provided us.
In a world of economic crisis and growing poverty, charity needs to begin at home.
Most of group returns for a top squad eyeing playoffs
Oregon springs offer variety of soaking options