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  • PETER CAVANAUGH

    “Changes”

    Father Simon Le Moyne was a Jesuit missionary to The New World, a vocation that saw many of his fellow priests conclude their careers in an untimely manner at the wrong end of an Iroquois tomahawk.

  • DR. BILL ATWOOD

    Remember the sacrifice

    This week and next I step away from commenting in this column about the politics of our day and talk about the people who have ensured that people like you and I get the opportunity to enjoy our God given rights to live free and to express our opinions. God gave us our rights; the Constitution guarantees...

  • NEWS

    Star reporter wins journalism award

    Reporter wins George F. Gruner award

  • TONY KRIZAN

    Creatures abound in Death Valley

    After two evenings of high winds, we welcomed this calm morning with only a slight breeze. Now to pack up our vehicle, depart to the desert floor, and locate the dirt road that leads to the trailhead for Panamint Dunes. They are located on the north end of Panamint Valley at the foot of Hunter Mountain...

  • PETER CAVANAUGH

    And then along comes Bernie

    He has the same chance as a long-tailed cat in a roomful of rocking chairs.

  • DR. BILL ATWOOD

    Getting a pass

    Back in 1967 I was astonished at the reaction to the blockbuster movie, “Bonnie and Clyde.” It amazed me to hear folks cheering for the thugs of the Barrow gang and to hear folks talk about the final shootout that killed the two bank robbers ... one would have thought that superior...

  • DR. BILL ATWOOD

    Never forget

    Auschwitz. Buchenwald. Dachau. Maulthausen. Treblinka. Sobibor. Belzec. Majdanek. Bergen-Belsen. Ravensbruck. Theresienstadt. The death camps. Nazi death camps. This past week, we saw the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Dachau by the Americans and this past Tuesday, we should have remembered...

  • ALAN CHEAH

    A Boy Scout solution

    Political attacks come sooner every election cycle just like Spring season. Could it be the result of human-caused global warming? Ha ha.

  • COLUMNISTS

    How to search for lost pension money

    Dear Savvy Senior,

  • T.R. WILLIAMS

    The undeniable human resolve

    The innate power of human resolve is a mighty gift to behold. If ever you have witnessed such, you fully comprehend my contemplations.

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