It’s been a busy week or two for the Yakima City Council.
Following the leak of a draft majority opinion, expectations run high that the U.S. Supreme Court soon will overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade deci…
How on earth does one spark controversy from that blandest of government creations, the internal working group?
￼ strange coincidence has led to the Yakima City Council deciding that it’s better to be safe than sorry when it comes to flying anybody’s fla…
County and statewide election filings will soon be upon us.
The Washington Supreme Court’s decision to hold off on a new rule that would restrict access to juvenile court records suggests our justices a…
Much of the world reacted in horror at Russian atrocities in the town of Bucha, a suburb of Kyiv, one month ago. After the Russian army retrea…
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In scathing, dismissive language, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito wrote a draft opinion that does what for many decades seemed unimaginable…
New York Democrats’ hyper-partisan gerrymandering violated the state Constitution, which voters amended eight years ago to establish a biparti…
We all have some cringey memories from our school years:
Yakima Valley schools shouldn’t have much trouble adapting to some new state legislation that takes effect in June.
Here’s a phrase most veterans have heard numerous times: “Thank you for your service.”