This editorial was published by the Everett (Wash.) Herald.
In case you haven’t noticed, baseball is back, but no telling for how long. The National Basketball Association is playing in this funny bubble in Florida. Who knows what’s going to happen with football. And there’s golf, but no fans following the players.
It’s always dicey to extrapolate too much from a primary election, much more so in the wildly unpredictable year of 2020, convulsed by plague, social upheaval and ongoing waves of economic dislocation.
Appellate court decisions result in winners and losers in any specific case, but the issues involved often are worked through murky gray areas. Consider for example the July 30 U.S. Supreme Court decision in Little v. Reclaim Idaho.
In the spring of 1935, President Franklin Roosevelt sent Frances Perkins, his impressive Labor secretary and the first woman to ever serve in a Cabinet position, to Capitol Hill to testify before a Senate committee on a legislative proposal that we now call Social Security.
Does the name Skylar Nemetz ring a bell? For many South Sound residents, it should — particularly those who closely follow local crime.
Unwilling to stand up to the loudest voices of opposition to face masks Monday, Lewiston’s city councilors decided against the mandate Councilors Bob Blakey and John Bradbury proposed.
I can barely imagine the Black community’s outrage over the senseless killing of George Floyd, an unarmed black man, by four Minneapolis cops. The resulting mobs understandably want blood, and blood they should have. Waiting years for the wheels of normal justice to turn will not suffice to …
A King County judge’s order that the Seattle Times and other media must turn over unpublished content to the police is a blow to independent journalism.
“Yeah, the schools should be opened. Schools should be opened. Kids want to go to school. You’re losing a lot of lives by keeping things closed.” — President Donald Trump, July 13.
Eastern Idaho Public Health’s board is to be commended for taking a necessary action last week: Requiring universal mask-wearing in Bonneville County, which now has one of the highest infection rates in eastern Idaho. Bonneville’s recent spike has been astronomical.
Whoever writes Cheers & Jeers at the Lewiston Tribune frequently goes to print before taking time to do his research. The article regarding my public service announcements and campaign staff dated July 10 is no exception.
So, you think this year’s presidential election is between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. Idaho Congressman Russ Fulcher sees it in a different way.