Times Opinion

Thanks to Country Kitchen

Dear Editor, A big thank you goes to Country Kitchen for the donations they gave to us from their Thanksgiving dinner. They presented us with $859.00. It is so neat to live in a community that cares so much for…

Thanks for all that you do

Dear Community of Aberdeen, Pat Bradley passed away last week, Thursday, November 13. I was thinking of all the folks who helped Pat while she lived here in Aberdeen. I know there were many who helped her with just about…

Overcoming adversity

by Adrian & Ana Ruiz Pastors of Templo Emanuel   A young journalist, eager to get his first job, found what seemed like a perfect opportunity. He called the newspaper and they informed him that the applicants would be interviewed…

Revenge

A Person that does not forgive and keeps their wounds open, their life can be consumed by bitterness. Life is constantly starting and ending, we are presented with different stages that mark our lives, with unscrupulous people who hurt and…

Sage Grouse conservation begins in Gem State

By Steph Larsen, stephL@cfra.org, Center for Rural Affairs Much of rural and small town Idaho depends on the economic impact of recreation and tourism. Camping, hunting, fishing, birding, hiking, guiding and other activities in 11 Western states, including Idaho, brought…

Support HJR2 to allow oversight by legislators

by Russ Hendricks Director of Idaho Farm Bureau government affairs One reason people around the country are angry with the federal government is that unelected and unaccountable bureaucrats in federal agencies are increasingly making-up and enforcing rules that destroy our…

Why are stones strong

by Adrian and Ana Ruiz Pators of Templo Emmanuel The stones of the wall said, “we come from a long time ago we’re melted and turned into molten lava, thrown out by volcanoes. Turned into piles in the distant mountains,…

The farmer

by Adrian and Ana Ruiz Pastors of Templo Emmanuel One day in early summer I went through a beautiful meadow. The grass was so soft, so thick and delicate like a huge green oriental tapestry. In one corner was a…