With all that has been taking place within our world and more so in country and state, and yes even within our own area that we live in. It has many worried for the way things are going. I am not going to say I agree with nor disagree with what has taken place, this past week. I just know th…

As teenagers my brother Alan and I decided to make caramel popcorn in the family kitchen. During our first attempt at making this confection I was delegated to mix the popcorn while Alan poured the hot caramel out of the pan we had cooked it in. Things were going excellent until I got my han…

Today I would just like to share with your readers about this last Saturday which was quite a humbling day for me as well as my husband. We attended a prayer rally in Freedom Park here in Burley. Almost two hundred  people gathered from the community to thank God for our country, our freedom…

This letter is in response to the letter to the editor from Adrian Arp, Ph.D., on November 17th, 2020.

Because you have dropped your change or sent a check this past year, about 150 children this year in the Mini-Cassia area who were in need of shoes, gratefully felt the joy of walking in a new pair of shoes that fit them.

Across this great nation, in towns large and small, there is a tradition so important and worthwhile that without it, communities would lose their soul.

I found this bit of information from our state to be quite interesting. There have been a number of people in our area who have dealt with blacklisting for employment opportunities. Some have actually been told by those wishing to hire them, but cannot due to those above them. In our state t…

To “Unhappy Citizen”: The $1200 stimulus check was stated in the beginning as a “one time” payment. You seem to believe it should be retro-active (from when?) and continuing (for how long?). It isn’t just $1200. The first stimulus package cost the American tax payers $1.8 trillion.