Thank you, Doug Clark! Thank you, Jeff Philipps (“Rosauers CEO proves he cares for employees,” Jan. 18)! What an inspiration! You’ve shown that there ARE corporations in the world today that value their employees and treat them with kindness, respect ...
President Bush’s Jan. 19 commutations of former Border Patrol agents Ramos and Compeon should be commended as an act of mercy. The border agents received mandatory minimum sentences that the judge could not tailor to fit them or their crime. However, the border agents are not alone.
It seems as if some writers think that if global warming is not occurring or if human activities are not affecting climate change, then humanity can continue its destructive and consumptive habits, as if climate change is the only environmental calamity with which we need to be concerned.
Spokane and the Valley may have a golden opportunity to receive a large grant from TARP funds to build the Spokane to Liberty Lake light rail transit system. A portion of the TARP fund is to be for transit and ...
I am outraged that items left at the curb were incinerated not recycled (“Storms put curbside recycling on hold,” Jan. 17). Many people recycle because it is the right thing to do, and we are billed monthly for these specific ...
Concerning Ms. Scott’s letter of Jan. 22, I would like to correct some errors and misconceptions. The town of Bountiful, Utah, has 150 lane-miles to plow (that is not a typo, 150 miles) and 22 pieces of equipment. I know; I called them.
From President Obama’s inaugural address: “To those leaders around the globe who seek to sow conflict, or blame their society’s ills on the West – know that your people will judge you on what you can build, not what you destroy. To those who cling to power through corruption and deceit and the silencing of dissent, know that you are on the wrong side of history; but that we will extend a hand if you are willing to unclench your fist.”
We now have a new president. There are people that hope he fails. There seems to be so much elaboration that he is an African-American. Why can’t it be just an American that has been elected president of our United States?
As a former Spokane County employee who used to ask a lot of tough questions and rarely received the whole and truthful answer, I applaud President Barack Obama for his decision to maintain an open government.
“No one gives a damn,” concluded Barbara Baldwin (Letters, Jan. 16), chastising the responsiveness of the Spokane Transit Authority and the media’s coverage thereof in the face of December’s record-breaking snowfall. I’d like to say she’s overreaching, but the dismal cleanup of sidewalks and intersections a week and a half past the last measurable snow belies such optimism.
This week marks 36 years of legalized abortion in our land. The cry of the supposed “human rights” liberals is empty and hollow when we consider the 35 million abortion/deaths who were torn and ripped apart in the womb?
One of the most important items in the world is money. It can give you almost anything. Our food, clothing, medicine, homes, etc., are our necessities. Money shows up in many ways: dollars, credits, interest, checks, etc. I heard the other day that our government now has an $8.7 trillion deficit. How can we survive a time like the 1929 recession? It’s a problem. Our leaders are searching several ways to find an answer.