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It’s a lesson that’s been hammered home the hard way. Teaching is very, very hard work. It’s always been that way, even in the most perfect of worlds. We’re not in a … more
By proclamation of the governor, January is School Board Recognition Month. It’s a great time to recognize our elected community members who selflessly give their time and energy in support of … more
One of the highlights of my career was being a director on the Chimacum School Board for 16 years. Connecting with the students and making sure their educational environment was conducive to their … more
A brief rebuttal for Ned Luce in his “homespun” column on the Republican response to the riot; he decided to re-quote the following; “However, a legitimate question does arise as to … more
In his Jan. 13 column, Ned Luce quoted a friend of his asking “how the Democrats might have behaved had Trump actually won the election.”  I think Democrats and their allies … more
Conifers have a long history, dating back nearly 300 million years. Our Washington state tree, the western hemlock, descended from the earliest hemlocks some 30 million years ago. Today, conifers are … more
Sunday evening a Seattle TV news feature reported that statewide, less than 30 percent of the hundreds of thousands of doses of coronavirus vaccine that have been received, and presently on hand, … more
Yes, it was another week of history.  I wrote much about it last week and received more feedback than any other column I have written in the last 11 years. That means EVER!  Political … more
This week's toon by Nhatt Nichols. more
One week to go until The Orange Peril is gone.  Thank God. That is, unless a new superspreader attempted coup has occurred.  The knucklewalker rioters kinda harshed my high last week. … more
Nicky D’Andrea suggests that we are paying our civil servants too much. I would ask D’Andrea, “How much research have you put into comparing these salaries with those of jobs with … more
As 2020 folds into memory and 2021 emerges, there is so much to reflect on.  We made it through an extremely difficult year, and there is hope, with the COVID vaccine as a way forward to … more
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