The chosen theme for this year’s National Newspaper Week is “Power of the Press,” and that power, it seems to me, is a very relative thing.
A gunman murdered 10 people at Roseburg’s Umpqua Community College Thursday, the worst school shooting in Oregon since the 1999 Thurston High School shootings in which four people died.
Helicopters flying over school zones — a necessary step — is not an everyday occurrence, but it serves as a reminder that fire danger goes on.
Some might call it a modest history.
What did you accomplish by the age of 5?
Ah …it is au-tumn.
Flags lowered: Remembering Sept. 11
The American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to help their communities prepare for emergencies by giving blood during National Preparedness Month this September.
We all know which way the wind blows.
The good news for Labor Day 2015: according to AAA, gas prices nation-wide will be the lowest in the past 11 Labor Day weekends. More on the holiday in a moment.
Europe’s rail identity is getting redefined in reverse.
Sometimes art contradicts its own truth, or at least the art work’s title does.
Have you heard about Project Hipster?
Talk about tending to the goal.
How does one respond to the murders on camera of Allison Parker and Alan Ward Wednesday in Roanoke, Va.?
Clouds regaled us in Friday’s post-dawn sky show, with banks, blankets and streaks of impressive collected vapor ranging from a puffy upright mitten to a fist-shaped thunderhead just over Fir Mountain.