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Why does the same cluster of names keep popping up in political investigations by Congress?
The Herald’s resident Cajun Cupid offers some tips for guys to keep a relationship in good shape.
The money saved on death penalty trials is better spent to investigate unsolved murders and rapes.
Just as a doctor would, we need to fully assess the patient and his or her particular condition.
The budget’s military and domestic spending may please many, but not deficit hawks or Dreamers.
Bestowing princely tax cuts on those already getting richer faster seems highly irresponsible.
This week’s fatal collision between U.S. and Russian proxy forces in Syria has many ominous portents. But to hear… Continue reading
I’d like to respond to Frank Schimicci’s letter to the editor of Feb 8. First, his math needs to be corrected. The owner of a… Continue reading
Domestic abuse allegations against a staffer raises questions why a background check was ignored.
When polls are low, and Democrats won’t applaud, President Trump makes do with marching orders.
Myths about science shouldn’t keep students from considering a range of rewarding careers.
Voters across the county have a monumental opportunity next week to continue investing in our children’s and our county’s future. Thirteen county school districts need… Continue reading
Jordan has provided important intelligence and foiled terror plots. But there are new tensions.
While the state increased school funding with its property tax, districts still need local levies.
Who benefits from causing Americans to distrust agencies investigating illegal foreign influences?
A great deal of information has been printed regarding the levies to be voted on by Feb. 13. Tax notices will likely place home owners… Continue reading