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My question: How many of Saturday’s and Sunday’s marchers have voted the…
Regarding state Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s Jan. 5 letter to the editor…
A sketchy look at the day in politics.
As the very name implies, the Public Records Act, first adopted in 1972, applies to state lawmakers.
The comic actor has been smeared by an anonymous date’s charge that he ignored her “nonverbal cues.”
Education is a great equalizer in a world in which children live in all varieties of socioeconomic situations, having absolutely no control over the circumstances… Continue reading
Trump appears to side with the last person he met with, complicating talks over the shutdown.
Will he sign a DACA deal if Congress passes one? Better ask his immigration hard-liners, first.
In demanding DACA be included in a budget deal, Democrats show an inability to compromise.
And the attacks — by tweet or edict — are launched from the Oval Office (or Mar-A-Lago).
On behalf of the vast majority of the 20,000-plus citizens of Mukilteo, I would like say thanks, but no thanks to our former County Council… Continue reading
How did we get a drug policy official who is 24 and knows more about chia seeds than opioids?
As a health care professional, I have seen first-hand, the growth and aging of our local population. We need to prepare for the future, and… Continue reading
Ending the testing requirement for a high school diploma would be a disservice to all students.
The state’s minimum wage increase is working against many in restaurants. Here’s a better idea.
While the vaccine’s effectiveness can vary year to year, it’s still the best way to avoid influenza.
11 p.m. That’s what time the Snohomish city council meeting on Jan. 16 ended, two hours past the scheduled end time. Why? Because of the… Continue reading