Here is where the Old Contrarian (me) seeks to diminish the importance of what Old Yeller (not the 1956 children's book, but the 45th president of the United States) did the other day by traveling to Iowa and proclaiming that the 2020 election was "rigged" and that Washington Democrats are t…
The American head and heart aren’t in alignment on immigration. They are savagely apart.
In the fall of 2013, Bright Place Gallery in Bend debuted The 20-Dollar Art Show as a vehicle for artists to share their art with the public in a low-pressure setting where they could build confidence selling art. The Gallery did not take a commission. The artist kept 100 percent of sales an…
Nearly three decades in public service did not prepare me for that call late at night from your child when you know something isn’t right.
It has become common in some circles to call the Jan. 6 Capitol riot an "armed insurrection." That leads to a few questions: How many rioters were armed? And what weapons did they have? What were the arms in the "armed insurrection"?
I wouldn’t say I have a book problem. It’s more like I have a time problem. You see, the pile of books on my bedside table keeps growing. The stack features stories and accounts I’m looking forward to reading, but I just can’t find the time. But this isn’t the entire story.
Every business is unique. And in perhaps the most unique past two years any of us could imagine, it goes without saying that business leaders are facing new and extremely complicated challenges seemingly every day.
Church says listen to equity task force, rename park
Senate Bill 1013, passed by the 2019 Oregon Legislature, has had a tumultuous history. It’s a bill about the death penalty. And it’s proven to mean more than legislators said they intended.
PITTSBURGH — In December 1833, a young man from Chester, N.H., moved to Washington to take up a position as a clerk in the House of Representatives, spending his first day touring the city with Rep. Franklin Pierce, who later would become president and a profoundly divisive figure in the country.
Remember the media cheers for Sen. John McCain when he stopped the effort to repeal Obamacare? McCain was a Republican frustrating a Republican policy goal, which was enough to earn the highest praise in some media circles. “It was a stunning moment,” The New York Times reported, “a flash of…
COVID-19 has now been in Oregon for well over 18 months.
Two Rivers Art Gallery in Chiloquin has added a new artist’s work for sale, Beatty poet Erwin Lee “Sugar” Crain, Sr.
Join the Klamath Basin Audubon Society for a free zoom “Dispersal & Survival of Juvenile Black-backed Woodpeckers in Burned & Unburned Klamath Basin Forests” presented by Mark Kerstens (M.S. student, College of Forestry, Oregon State University) at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 12.
Facebook has become the latest company that everyone loves to hate, and internal documents stolen by an employee have become an opening to blame the social-media giant for America’s ills. The company has made mistakes, but it’s worth sorting the genuine issues from the opportunism of politic…
If Mr. Rogers has taught us anything, it’s that men can wear cardigans. I know, I know — Mr. Rogers has given us much more than mere sartorial advice. However, when fall weather rolls around, I can’t help but think of how well Rogers wore his after-work zip-up sweaters.