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Shame on Valley Health, Anthem Shame on Valley Health and Anthem for failing to do their job and negotiate a new four-year contract! In the midst of a global pandemic, the idea of our community being without in-network health care is unacceptable. For decades our community has worked to achieve a world class health care …

Editor,  I want to take time to let you know how much I enjoy the Breaking News (emails) that you now offer. Even if it is just a few news items per week that is fine. It will get attention. Sometimes too much “Breaking News” ceases to be “Breaking News”. Keep up the great work. …

Rod Spurgeon, a USPS spokesperson for the service’s Western region, told CNN on Friday night that postal employees in 16 states and parts of two others would stop the removal of letter collection boxes until after the election. But it’s unclear whether or not the policy confirmed by Spurgeon is still in effect or if …

By the age of 3, Kacey Vu Shap had experienced unthinkable loss, and in the next two years he would experience so much more. His mother and his younger brother died when he was 2, leaving his maternal grandmother to be his only caregiver. When he was 5, his older sister drowned in a river …

When I was in high school, I used Planned Parenthood’s health care services because they were affordable. I needed birth control and they were effective, inexpensive and they made me feel comfortable. As a person with an anxiety disorder, I dread doctor’s office visits. Planned Parenthood’s health center environment and staff were welcoming and supportive …

Saturday Jul 4, 2020 at 4:10 AM During the Industrial Age and the rise of unions, productivity and wages rose in tandem but, about 50 years ago, productivity continued to rise but wages didn’t and many declined. Studies have shown that most of this was due to the rise of computers, automation, robotics and AI, but …

I agree with Sebastian Payne that Covid-19 has highlighted “the messy reality” of British devolution (“The pandemic may yet rend Albion asunder”, May 16). While it may be English MPs (especially Conservatives) who currently fear the issue of federalisation most, the risk of the UK breaking up may ultimately lie in English hands. Decades of …

Jack Schofield and I struck up a correspondence back in the early days of computing in the UK as he used the email system run by the company I worked for, Apricot Computers. Jack’s email ID was simply JET045, this being long before the world wide web. Working in R&D I was responsible for part …

‘I hope you didn’t mind me cuddling your wife’: Schoolboy, 16, writes letter to Prince Harry to say sorry for breaking Royal protocol by hugging Meghan Markle but insists he was just ‘overwhelmed and shocked’ to see the Duchess at his school Head boy Aker Okoye told the Duchess of Sussex she was ‘really beautiful’ …

Berkshire Hathaway chairman Warren Buffett released his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders on Saturday, outlining his plan for what will happen to his Berkshire share after his death. And in the last three months, Buffett has spent $2.2 billion to buy back shares of Berkshire Hathaway. You can read the letter here.Among the highlights, …