The American Welding Society estimates our country now requires 400,000 new welders. This scarcity is primarily due to the substantial number of skilled workers retiring and fewer young men and women entering technical training programs
While the last veterans who survived the “surprise” Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor are dwindling rapidly, we cannot let their sacrifices and the memories of that horrific day that propelled America into World War II fade into history.
There is an axiom: Don't let 'the perfectâ€ get in the way of the good.
That is important to remember when it comes to improving our air quality.
While climate activists want to banish all fossil fuels to control greenhouse gas, it isn't
Growing up in the sixties, our parents blamed everything on 'The Beatles.â€ According to them, they were 'the punksâ€ from Liverpool who caused all the teenagers to go crazy.
Lately, there is another group of 'Beatlesâ€ giving people fits
To supporters of the four Lower Snake River dams, the latest news that President Biden continues to pursue dam breaching is not shocking. But it's surprising, considering the growing shortfall in electricity predicted in the western states and his desir
The good news is this state's cherry crop looks good-a marked improvement over 2022. It is sweetening our farm economy, especially for cherry growers who have struggled over the last five years.
'Last year's cold, wet April brought down the
Until President Biden signed the CHIPS and Science Act last year, companies, such as Intel and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., looked elsewhere to build plants costing well over $20 billion each.
Biden's pitch to taxpayers was that