- Subscriber Center
- Print Editions
- Home Delivery
- About Us
On my desk is a recent issue of TIME magazine devoted to the dangers of global warming.
From steroid-using athletes to celebrities who bounce between clubs and rehab, today’s role models can leave a lot to be desired.
His race for Dufur public office was not going well.
Gone are the days of setting up the tiny tripod telescope on the back porch in hopes of spotting that elusive shooting star.
Suburbanites rarely suffer like those who live in other parts of the world.
The countdown has started for hands-free calling here in our state. It can’t come soon enough.
The high-altitude thinkers we invited to project technology trends earlier this year concurred on one key insight we all should note: Lifelong learning is growing ever more critical for our community’s prosperity and for each of us, individually, to remain relevant in the workplace.
OK, you decide.
Microsoft will continue to support Windows XP Professional until the year 2014, which means we’ll continue to support your desire to use it.
News media mimic domestic beasts of burden: Sometimes lazy, often trainable, but always hungry.
After three decades of being married to the same woman, you would think a guy would have a pretty solid knowledge of that woman’s likes and dislikes. But on Mothers Day, five years ago, I had an apparent brain cramp.
The last week of April is a the time to start feeding your vegetables, roses and flower beds because plants that you want to produce need energy now. Liquid plant foods work the fastest, but don’t last as long in the soil.
Love chile rellenos but don’t want all the fat and calories?
The Seattle Times announced this week that it is cutting its staff and also is closing its Eastside bureau in Bellevue.
I keep hearing the catchphrase “green,” and it seems to mean many different things.