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Editorial: Find your 'pumpkin' in a shelter this October

Crisp, cool air. Leaves turning a kaleidoscope of colors. Pumpkin spice everything. And happy endings for homeless dogs. Read more

Letters: No on 1639

I will give Carolyn Long credit for being an educator for 23 years; that tells me she is smart enough to know she would not get elected in … Read more

Letters: Natural selection

There was a recent article in The Daily News about a proposed transfer of Columbia white-tailed deer from Tenasillah Island west of Cathlam… Read more

Letters: No on Toledo levy

First, it is, has always been, and still is the state’s responsibility to educate our children. It seems the number one issue is sports. Th… Read more

Letters: Gives one hope

"We must scrupulously guard the civil rights and civil liberties of all citizens whatever their background. We must remember that any oppre… Read more

Letters: Standing up

I returned a pair of Nikes today. When they asked what was wrong, I said they hurt my feet when I stand for the anthem! Read more



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10 insights on today's news that will make you smarter tomorrow

Stay in the know! Browse through opinions and analysis on today's hottest topics. Read more

Gerson: What does Trump's ascendance mean about America?

WASHINGTON — It is a sign of the times — the kind involving the seven-horned beast, and the rain of fire, and the end of days — that recent… Read more

Thiessen: Democrats' smear of Kavanaugh sunk their own Senate chances

WASHINGTON — Just a few weeks ago, analysts thought that control of the U.S. Senate was in play this November and that momentum was shiftin… Read more

Rampell: States are taking action on #MeToo. Why isn't Congress?

SACRAMENTO — A year ago, the #MeToo movement went viral. Read more

Commentary: Farewell to the Grand Old Party

All happy partisans are alike; each unhappy partisan is unhappy in his own way. Max Boot, the Russian-born hawkish polemicist, was a deeply unhappy Republican. His cells hurt when Donald Trump announced his presidential campaign in 2015. Then Trump kept amping up the note of racism in Republican thinking, and Boot was struck by deeper plasmic horror. "I had denied that Republicans were ... Read more

Ignatius: Jamal Khashoggi — a Saudi patriot and an indomitable journalist

WASHINGTON — The long road that took Jamal Khashoggi to the front door of the Saudi consulate in Istanbul and the horror that lay inside be… Read more

Milbank: The economy is crushing it – just like in 2008!

After the Dow Jones industrials plunged 832 points on Wednesday, Larry Kudlow, President Trump’s chief economic adviser, walked up the Whit… Read more

Parker: Nikki Haley's comet has a long tale

WASHINGTON — Seated next to President Trump in the Oval Office Tuesday, Nikki Haley did not look like a woman who had tortured herself over… Read more

Don Rodman retires, selling company to longtime friend and employee

Chloe Skaar chloe.skaar@tdn.com

Don Rodman sculpted the appearance of the Kelso-Longview area as much as any man since R.A. Long. Read more

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