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Don Amend

Sometimes life makes a columnist’s life easy by handing him something big to write about.

This week has not been one of those times.

Suppose an armed gang of Paiute Indians took over the Malheur Wildlife Refuge in Oregon and demanded that ownership of the refuge be returned to them. How would the government react?

This business of getting old has a number of drawbacks.

One of those drawbacks is that more and more of the obituaries you see feature familiar names. That happened to me again Saturday when I read of the death of Kenny Sailors.

We’re entering 2016 with a bit more trepidation than is usual when a new year rolls around.

Exactly 30 years ago last Sunday, I was privileged to do something I had always wanted to do, but never thought I would have the opportunity.

imagine nearly all of you have heard about Karen Davis, the county clerk in Kentucky who claims she is the victim of religious persecution because the courts require her to issue marriages to gay couples.

Trappers make semifinals, finish fourth in nation

Thursday was all roses for the Northwest College Trappers, as they played their way into the semifinals, but their title hopes were dashed by a powerful Western Nebraska team and they ended the weekend in fourth place.

Open against Hill College, could face Western Nebraska for third time

It’s a new season for the Trapper volleyball team.

Last weekend, I was sitting in the stands at Cabre Gym, gazing down on the Ken Rochlitz court and awaiting the tip-off of a basketball game.

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