A special exhibit marking America’s reaction to Pearl Harbor called Uprooted: Japanese American Farm Labor Camps During World War II will be on display at the Yakima Valley Museum from September 28, 2015 through January 16, 2016.
Our columnist/business & technology pal Tim Bryce of Florida has presented a very interesting premise for a recent column. He suggests we have overused the word “racist” to the point that it has lost its original meaning .
We grew up on the myths of summer. You know the ones: "Don’t swim for 30 minutes after eating ..." Or: "Don’t touch someone who has poison ivy because it’s contagious.” With August in full swing, it’s time to check out the myths of summer once and for all!
Here's the scenario: You have to go the doctor or dentist and you aren’t happy about it. Maybe you’re even nervous about it -- scared. So you get there, fill out the paperwork and grab an uncomfortable chair. Then you notice the fish tank.
Food, families and fun on the Fourth of July makes Independence Day a target rich environment for “selfies.” Today on the Morning News I referenced “selfies” as a step away from a national healthier attitude of service and ”self” reliance and one marker on the conversational path about the good old days.
Move over Alexander Hamilton, it's Ladies Night! So who’s it going to be? Will it be Susan B. Anthony or Harriet Tubman? What about Eleanor Roosevelt or Rosa Parks or perhaps another important woman from American history?
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