When we landed in the Americas, a vast wilderness, an unknown waste, in 1492, we did not bring with us the shining light of the gospel, or immediate democracy.
Voters in Washington state will be asked next month whether they want to adopt the nation’s first carbon tax — a powerful way to curb greenhouse-gas emissions.
I love the autumn season. The colors are spectacular.
Blogger-photographer visits Wilderness State Park, more northern Michigan spots for latest adventure.
I currently live 24 miles from my work. I drive 35 minutes each way five days a week.
We’ll take good news where we can get it, and a record high in the rate of U.S. students who are earning a high school diploma certainly qualifies.
Are you going to vote in the Nov. 8 presidential election? I know I am.
Have you ever tried to explain Lake Michigan to someone who hasn’t walked its beaches, or dipped their toes in its waters?
I became an educator because I was fascinated with the science of learning and I like helping people. It is incredibly rewarding to see a student’s satisfaction when they accomplish a difficult task.
The state Legislature has only a limited number of days to finish up this year’s lawmaking. Time is at a premium since this is an election year for the Michigan House, meaning there will be a lame-duck session after Nov. 8.
One of the most disturbing aspects of this election campaign is the love fest between Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump. They admire each other as strong leaders.
According to research by the USA Today Network and The Associated Press in a series of stories published Friday, close to 200 children nationwide were killed in accidental shootings in the first six months of 2016.
Kelly O’Toole found the book “an engrossing read.”
When I first started writing this column, I was asked by the paper to provide a picture of myself. While it seemed like a simple task, I soon found out that when you’re the designated picture taker of the family, photos of yourself are pretty darn hard to come by.
The state Senate recently passed a bill that would significantly lighten the tax burden on Michigan's craft distilling industry. That's a good call. Just as lawmakers have reined in regulations on craft brewers in the state and allowed that
Oct 14, 2016 at 1:00 PM