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I read with deep sadness the Nov. 14 Herald article about the…
Schools with larger poor and minority populations are still less capable of keeping good teachers.
The training ensures that officers have the tools to deescalate potentially dangerous situations.
The Supreme Court says the state’s school funding plan won’t meet its deadline. So there’s work to do.
Regarding Wayne Kruse’s column in the Nov. 15 Herald, the reason there are no steelhead to be had this winter in most Puget Sounds rivers… Continue reading
The opportunity to pretend it’s 1961 again proves that nostalgia ain’t what it used to be.
While the debate about these offenses is useful, should we put these monkeys in the same barrel?
The Republicans’ generous tax cuts for corporations will be paid by low- and middle-income people.
With a little bravery and some listening skills, the holiday dinner table needn’t be a battlefield.
Democratic control of its Legislature has led to population drain, budget overruns and tax hikes.
The November voter turnout displayed either burnout or apathy. Either way this indifference will have consequences. I’ll focus on Monroe, which is where I live… Continue reading
His Asian trip made the U.S. a bit player on the world stage. And the play’s not any better at home.
We are witnessing what happens when conservatives become untethered from morality and religion.
Launching a new witch hunt against Clinton is a sure sign that the heat’s been turned up on Trump.
The crown prince, known as MBS, is fighting corruption, but taking big chances to combat it.