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I was recently invited to join Bob Milford, manager of the prestigious Diamond W Ranch, on a drive-around tour of the place. It’s a huge, private ranch, with tiny ex-logging roads winding around through 13,000 acres of pine trees and rocks. A real paradise.

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Getting professional help for dealing with your persistent fears and anxieties is the single most important step in your recovery. Many people are reluctant to get the assistance they need for various reasons. Making excuses for not getting treatment for your fear related issues will not help the situation.

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For the first time in a long time, we have good news for our family farmers who have been under tremendous economic strain caused by drought, wildfires, and extreme heat.

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Growing up in Central Washington, I have experienced firsthand how Latino and Hispanic cultures are deeply integrated into our communities, our country, and these very values.

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Old Jasper Blankenship bought a deer license again this year, just as he’s done every year since Eisenhower was President. He sticks nickels and dimes in a jar all year long and smiles each time he contributes. By Fall, he’s saved up enough for a deer tag.

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As we head into the Fall, colleges and universities across the nation are welcoming students back to campus for the first time in over a year. After the Covid-19 pandemic brought a halt to higher education, many schools are looking to reopen safely.

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So, jest you rear back and tell ol’ Alphonse here what you think of this, okay? Alphonse Wilson, here, the one they call Windy, a-course, bringin’ you whatever’s the latest stuff you need ta know jest to make your life a bunch gooder.

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Sweet transition from the heat, from the work, from the hard, rough edges of life. On we go now to autumn, to black, lacy leaves and twigs standing out against an orange sky.

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Democrats’ latest attack on the American economy has arrived – to the tune of $3.5 trillion in new spending and tax increases. This, on top of the record levels of inflation, is unraveling the job growth and prosperity we were able to achieve under the last Administration.

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For months, activists and bureaucrats alike have told the American people to “believe in science” – to take the pandemic seriously, to practice social distancing and handwashing, and to wear masks and get vaccinated.

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