Our Fore-fathers (and mothers) formed this great nation to promote the general welfare and to ensure peace; all for the common good.
By Ken Sutter on August 12, 2018
I want to walk in the Redwoods. One more time. Down that trail, behind the locked gate to the valley little known and little visted with those stout tall trees. The valley the rangers told us about. So green, so alive. I want to see again the rocky southern coast of Oregon, the creatures that […]
By Ken Sutter on September 12, 2016
From 20012 this: Adeny Schmidt PhD. has accepted the post of dean of LaSierra University’s College of Arts and Sciences. Since joining LaSierra’s faculty in 1976, Schmidt has served as Psychology Department chair, dean, vice president for academic administration, director of service learning, and as program evaluator for the Center for Student Academic Success. She […]
By Ken Sutter on December 15, 2012
I want you to know about a small yet highly effective charity in our neighborhood. They remind me of the children’s story, “The Little Engine That Could” Once you get to know them and their work you will be as enthusiastic as I am. Arlington Temporary Assistance has been serving the La Sierra/Arlanza neighborhood of […]