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Sausage or politics?

by Eric Thuma
Somebody once said you don't want to know how they make either sausage or politics since both activities can be pretty messy given the rough and tumble nature of our democratic process....more>

Seasonal 'pests' make appearance

by Tom Wearing
Just like flies, mosquitoes, ants, wasps and other seasonal pests, hordes of bicyclists are making their annual appearance. There are few things more irritating than taking a leisurely drive on a beautiful sunny day, only to encounter a veritable convoy of bicyclists encroaching out into the driving lane....more>

The law of attraction's written in stone

by Catherine Minolli
It's all about the law of attraction. And instincts. This I know. Have always known. It's only when I don't pay attention to it that the trouble comes....more>

Time to downsize, leave 'Queen' behind

by Gertie Brooks
By now, probably most of you have heard that Daisy and I plan on moving. It was not a snap decision, it was not an easy decision. After all, I have lived here for 75 years....more>

Too exhausted to run and too scared to rest

by Willine Tanis
I just finished reading At Home in Mitford by Jan Karon. I read it only because the book I had on order had not come in—was on a waiting list a mile long, and Teresa said: "If you like that series, I think you'll like this one....more>

Visit our online edition of the Tri-City Times

by Randy Jorgensen
Boy, oh boy, am I ever glad that excercise is over with. For a while there I simply didn't understand a single word he said. That's what I told Susie Hyde, our production manager, after getting off the phone with our Web site designer....more>
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