The strained relationship between Benton and Franklin county commissioners appeared to be on the mend earlier this year, but the tone during last week’s Benton County Commission meeting showed they still struggle to get along.
That simple phrase, “thin skin,” so aptly defines Donald Trump’s character and fitness to be president that it should be repeated as often as possible, to keep reminding voters why this petulant child in a man’s body should be kept as far as possible from the White House.
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The Philadelphia City Council adopted a 1.5-cent-per-ounce soda tax, joining Berkeley, Calif., as the only U.S. cities to pull it off. But Philadelphia is no small, lily-white enclave dominated by academic liberal elites quick to engineer social policy.
I’m weary of the excessive (compulsive) anti-Trump editorials. The American form of government was designed to allow fair and equitable criticism of presidential candidates. Journalists, especially, should not give one-sided rants against one candidate. It seems some politicians and journalists will lose their privileged positions should their party lose.
Great 3 on 3 basketball played on the street is the major focus of the See3slam basketball tournament. This community-wide annual event is hosted by TC Sunrise Rotary Club and the City of Richland. The games will be played July 9-10 on George Washington Way between John Dam Plaza and the Richland police station.
Joe Fain, a Republican state senator from King County, breaks down how Washington's veto process differs from Congress and the historical fate of bills that have come up against the governor's red pen.
Vetoes and how the Legislature can override them
Tour of the Pasco Police Community Services Building
Tidewater's newest tug stops in Richland
Outhouses race down George Washington Way in new Cool Desert Nights event