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2.6 million deaths taught us nothing

February 20, 2019

Nick Hughes Opinion Editor Clark County, Washington is facing a lot of backlash due to a measles outbreak that was reported by health officials in the area. This is not the first major measles outbreak . . .

Steve Bannon’s past could haunt America’s future

February 9, 2017

Robert Beiler Associate Opinion Editor   Steve Bannon, the 63-year-old Chief Strategist for President Donald Trump’s White House and previous executive chair to Breitbart News, is not to be trusted. There’s no other way to . . .

A week of upsets

November 18, 2016

The selection committee had an easy job two weeks ago, as there were four undefeated major-conference teams that were leading the way in college football. Alabama, Clemson, Michigan and Washington seemed to be poised to . . .

Hail to the chiefs: Presidents Day portrayed

February 19, 2016

Caroline Campbell Associate Features Editor On February 15, elementary, middle and high schools had off, various employees had a three-day weekend and department stores slashed their prices. It’s the perks of Presidents Day. The day . . .

Cowboys squeak one out

December 8, 2015

Dan Zalewski Associate Sports Editor Monday Night Football has been an American tradition for nearly five decades and in that time it has covered some stunning games that have shaped the course of seasons for . . .