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Touching on our history…

“They were a tough and courageous people who soon became synonymous with the rugged environment in which they lived. The hours …

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Risk

Life is full of risks. Get in a car and you take a risk. The risk is higher on the autobahn …

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Not much is cheap anymore…

So much anymore comes down to dollars and cents. The feds are pushing the county to help pay for improvements to …

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Starting new talks…the right way

I remember having the chance to do an interview several years ago with former President Jimmy Carter, who used to regularly …

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Turning over stones…

After years of being subject to the whims of politics, local school officials in the valley have tempered their expectations of …

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Event equality …

There are a few obvious signs of busyness in the upper valley. When cars are lined up to park on the …

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Accidents happen…

It was a period for accidents—and I got to write about them. Starting at the end of last week I felt …

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Take some of the edge off…

The members of the Board of Zoning and Architectural Review (BOZAR) want you to know that Caddis Flats is not yet …

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