Additional Articles

  • Many reasons to appreciate the fall season

    I can look out the office window as I write this, with the curtains framing a small column of fall colors beyond.

  • Fine footwear

    There is, of course, no hid­den chap­ter in the ​“Good Book” that explores san­daled Jesus’ fash­ion rules, but Cor­nelius Eady in ​“East­er Shoes” is being fun­ny and dead­ly seri­ous.

  • A giant leap toward protecting the Earth

    For some people, it probably wasn’t earthshaking news – and if all goes as hoped, that will be the point.

  • Mills: A lesson in civics

    The Sept. 27 Register article about the most recent Daschle Dialogue was interesting, but also a bit troubling.

  • Historical analogies work – until they don’t

    If history is any guide, Democrats do not have a chance – not even a small chance – of keeping control of the House in the midterm elections. But the question is: Is history any guide?

  • We should find a new way forward on abortion

    “Texas doesn’t own your body. You do,” a billboard reads, with an image of a woman with her hands chained behind her back. It’s part of an ad campaign launched by California Gov. Gavin Newsom in Indiana, Mississippi, Ohio, South Carolina, South Dakota and Texas.

  • A hockey great shares perspective with tennis legends

    MONTREAL – Listen carefully at the most storied corner in Canada, right here where Atwater Avenue meets Saint-Catherine Street.

  • New-fangled automobiles befuddle old mechanics

    It was like buzzards circling a body.

  • We must prevent the next Jan. 6 before it happens

    On Jan. 6, 2021, insurrectionists at the U.S. Capitol, some members of Congress and then-President Donald Trump tried to overturn a free and fair presidential election. It must never happen again.

  • Exercise your right to vote

    The freedom to vote is essential to self government because “We the People” choose the country’s leaders.

  • Bobcat Backers are great

    Kudos to the Bobcat Backer Club for the meal service it provided for the many, many attendees of the Russ Strande cross country meet held recently at the Edgebrook Golf Course.

  • Bad-news expert has to cope with good news

    It’s not always easy living with me. But my husband, Peter, has to.

  • Thoughts on the last rites for Queen Elizabeth II

    During the private funeral of her husband, Queen Elizabeth II sat alone near the St. George’s Chapel altar, socially distanced from her family and wearing a black pandemic mask.

  • The faith questions that haunted the life of Gorbachev

    It isn’t every day that one of the creators of a political thriller gets to ask its real-life protagonist to evaluate the novel’s plot.