Andrew F. Kotuk


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Factory Orders Shift to Expansion

Balancing the negative impacts of the Corona Virus is recent positive economic data that rolled out this week. The market has been waiting


News broke that a new health epidemic labeled the "Coronavirus" had broken out on several continents. It broke out in Wuhan,


Numbers are starting to roll in for the fourth quarter performance. It’s a rearview mirror of where we were, but it also allows


Each year Wall Street watches the first five trading days of the market to get a pulse of what’s in store. Historically this sets the course for the year and what to expect.


End of year numbers are starting roll out and there still seems to be a divide that is widening. It will break this year and which side reverses will set the course.


Punting and painting keep kids busy at Soboba

Amid mild temperatures and windy conditions, players from ages 14-18 took to the football field at The Oaks on the Soboba Indian Reservation to participate in the 2023 Soboba Youth Turkey Bowl on Nov. 21. Steve Lopez, Assistant Director for Soboba Parks and Recreation and Harold Arres, Regional TANF Manager for Soboba Tribal TANF, collaborated on a day of fun for youth that were off school for the week due to the Thanksgiving holiday.

The debate over Ukraine aid was already complicated. Then it became tangled up in US border security

As war and winter collide, a top adviser to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy acknowledged during a recent visit to Washington that the days ahead “will be tough” as his country battles Russia while U.S. support from Congress hangs in the balance.

A millennial nurse who moved from Tennessee to California said his new state is much more working-class friendly

Matthew, 38, was working in northeast Tennessee as an orderly at a hospital when he realized he could live a less stressful, more lucrative life in another state doing the same work.

Should the U.S. spend billions to rebuild Gaza after the war?

To the editor: With all due respect to UCLA historian David N. Myers, who advocates for a “Marshall Plan” for the Palestinians, can we pump the brakes before we commit billions to rebuild the Gaza Strip? Within weeks of the destruction, I figured that somehow, some way, U.S. taxpayers would be on the hook in the aftermath.