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We are, once again, approaching the annual switch from daylight saving time back to good old normal regular time, meaning that my bedtime at dark will almost overlap with my supper at 6 p.m. M…

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The impeachable president whined last week that he missed the good days when the Fourth Estate covered him exactly the way he wanted. In his inimitable words, “I used to be the king of getting…

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Earlier this year, I spent a few days, all too short, with my mother. At the time, I didn’t know she was dying, or at least I didn’t want to acknowledge it. She was frail, yes, but she was als…

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In case you haven’t heard, our lawmakers have returned from their six-week summer sabbatical, ready to roll up their sleeves and get their hands dirty. Among the agenda items for this legislat…

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“Sometimes I worry that if I ever can retire and do get Social Security payments, they’ll be a lot less than what I’ve been promised,” I said to my CPA, Louie the Number Cruncher.

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When Heidi Wright called me June 3 to suggest that our company should take a look at bidding on Bend’s daily newspaper, The Bulletin, I was at once startled, skeptical and intrigued.

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When I was invited to contribute a monthly column to the East Oregonian, former news editor Tim Trainor suggested I follow the lead set by other columnists — Matt Wood’s “From the Tractor Seat…

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Cowboy Kevin and I were rolling sheep wire off a cliff and into Mazzoni’s draw on the morning of the Fourth of July. The other option was to be around the main ranch house helping the boss and…

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I’ve never been one for carnival rides, especially the roller coasters. They look, smell, and even feel like fear to me, and as I watch them go up, down and around the tracks that keep the car…

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As an apartment owner in Pendleton I’m not worried about the rent control bill 608 that came out of Salem. The law is predictable, out in the open and applied the same to everyone around the s…

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After April’s McKay Creek flooding emergency, city leaders promised to take action to reduce the risk of future flooding. Umatilla County is playing a leading role in this effort, so readers c…