Monthly Archives: January 2013

Tell legislators to get going and keep GET going.

One of our state’s model programs for the middle class and our youth is under attack for spurious reasons. The Guaranteed Education Tuition program (GET), allows people to invest in credits today with a guarantee their savings will cover residential … Continue reading

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Cashmere Valley Bank CEO Ken Martin’s Concerns about New Banking Regulations

This is the story of big guys who get what they want at the expense of consumers like us and smaller banks such as Cashmere Valley Bank with its motto, ‘The little bank with the big circle of friends. That’s … Continue reading

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Wenatchee Valley College Trustees Need Our Input

Tea Party philosophers say governments don’t have a deficit problem, they have a spending problem. Our state does have a spending problem with community colleges, but it’s because we’re spending too little as a result of meeting budget deficits since … Continue reading

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Rejoice. My 2013 New Year’s Resolution

Last year I kept my one-word New Year’s resolution to smile. My resolution this year is to embrace ideas from a book, Beginner’s Guide to the Brain, Major Discoveries that Will Change Your Life, by Elaine Johnson. She’s an educator, … Continue reading

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