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The capitalist system of economics incentivizes specialization and the division of labor. Broadly speaking, these concepts maximize production, innovation and consumption and are vital to the …

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Calendars tell us that the first weekend in September is Labor Day. Alpine Meadows knows only that the first weekend is “Rat Race” time.

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In my column last month, I tried to pull together 50 years on Main Street in Wallowa County — and in the end, I misled some people. Here are the misleading words: “I can’t leave without saying…

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In all the years Alpine Meadows lady golfers has hosted the Gayle Beck Ladies Invitational I’ve not seen this large of a turnout,” said Carol Marr, as she welcomed local members and guests who…

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America has a rich legacy of lively public discourse, and, along with it, a history of robust and wide-ranging journalism. Growing from the humble roots of early publications such as “Letters …

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As COVID fears decrease, tourism flourishes. In some ways and places, tourism continued right through the worst of times, as second-homeowners retreated to their second homes to wait it out, o…

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Winter left its mark on Alpine Meadows Golf Course with an abundant scattering of downed limbs coming from those familiar old willows that mostly hang along Trout Creek, and the greens. But, t…

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In last month’s column (Censorship: A Tool of Tyrants), we examined the ways in which large corporations are currently working to silence opposition through the use of censorship. While this b…

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Newsflash! Due to a worldwide kill-off of coffee plants and demand from the public for a replacement, a synthetic coffee is now on the market. Although studies to date have concluded the synth…