I was texting someone over the weekend and, in what has become a usual exchange, I asked if he was doing OK.

In this time of crisis and uncertainty that we are all experiencing together, we recognize the essential role we play to help keep our community informed and safe. We want to assure you that w…

Recently we have seen commentary suggesting that COVID-19 is no big deal and that we should not worry. This sends a message that encourages complacency in the face of a growing public health e…

It was a cold Easter weekend back in the mid-1960s when we traipsed along after Uncle Lawrence to his sugar shack to see first-hand how he had made the delicious syrup we had poured on our pan…

A picture of a state trooper hiding in a car wash was on the front page of The Era, and still there are people who don’t believe the state police have a strategic occupation of the Tuna Valley.

An odd piece of news caught my eye this week, mostly because I thought it was from a comedy or satire site like The Onion or Babylon Bee.

Imagine that a distant relative died and left you $1 million. What would you do with it? Most of us would begin by paying off our bills, but then what? Buy that dream car that you always wante…

The past year was one of phenomenal accomplishments for President Trump and for the conservative movement.

Remember Golden Books? When I was a little boy, one of my favorites was an illustrated take on the country mice/city mice fable.

Hey universe at large — 2019: what was that all about?

Plans of writing this column early Christmas Eve were sidetracked when my daughter, Suzi, sent a text message asking if I could watch our grandson, Leo, while she took a short nap after a rest…

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