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 By PHIL KIVER    Neighborhood    January 22, 2015

Take the time, take a train

Last week I did something I had never done in America other than as a commuter in the DC area. I took the train. San Luis Obisbo, Calif. to Spokane. Thirty-two hours on a train, the price was very affordable, with a hint of adventure. The process in...

 By PHIL KIVER    Opinion    November 6, 2014

On a recent visit to the veteran's hall

The ranks of our nation's veterans ebb and flow like the tides. World War II vets die at an unstoppable rate. The current war on terror adds daily to the number of our nation's heroes. West Africa,...

 By PHIL KIVER    Opinion    November 7, 2013

Strength of our veterans is everywhere around us

“It was 4:30 a.m. January 30th 1968. We began taking fire, from all directions in Lai Khe, Vietnam. I was in my underwear and made it into a bunker just behind another soldier.  As another rocket came in my friend Harvey was diving into the...

 By Phil Kiver    Opinion    March 28, 2013

Life turned upside down in burglary

Last week my wife’s van had the door window smashed out at Fish Lake trailhead. To the persons responsible here’s the damage you caused: My five-year-old daughter is now concerned about bad guys, so you stole her innocence. This is what is most u...

 By PHIL KIVER    Neighborhood    February 7, 2013

Steves emphasizes the value of travel

Last Saturday, Feb. 2, Gonzaga University hosted Washington resident and travel expert Rick Steves. He and his 80 employees work out of their office in Edmonds just north of Seattle running tours to...