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Sno-Isle Libraries provides exceptional service to our community. When I came to Darrington 28 years ago I was especially impressed that this small community had… Continue reading
By pulling its punches against Syria, the U.S. sends a dangerous message to Assad and North Korea.
For those who believe that any black man shot and killed by police deserved it, only needs to read the April 11 Herald story “Man… Continue reading
Being ready for a constitutional crisis requires some planning. Get ready to march and vote.
In November of 2016, Washington became the 18th state to call for a constitutional amendment that would overturn the U.S. Supereme Court’s Citizens United decision… Continue reading
He earlier mused about a “major event” pulling people together. World War III would be unifying.
In response to the April 3 editorial on Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and the grizzlies (“Zinke an unexpected ally for Cascade grizzlies,”) I submit the… Continue reading
Along with filing positions with benchwarmers, Trump is wasting political capital on confirmations.
I just received my ballot for the Sno-Isle Libraries levy. As people are contemplating the vote, I want to share with readers the value I’ve… Continue reading
That national park fees won’t triple is good news, but it doesn’t solve the problem of park funding.
Lawmakers were “too cute by half” in how they handled I-940, regarding policies on police shootings.
Child sexual abuse can be prevented if adults learn how to protect the kids in their daily lives.
I’ve read with interest the community’s letters and opinion pieces published recently in The Herald. I don’t reside in the Sno-Isle Libraries’ taxing district so… Continue reading
Acting on his latest impulses, Trump is swiping right for Mr. Right Now to fill Cabinet vacancies.
I recently attended a town hall panel discussion meeting at Mariner High School with our U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen. If you watch the news, then… Continue reading
Senators would have been better served if Facebook’s CEO had walked them through a software update.
The Snohomish PUD Commissioners deserve a big thank you from all of us for their wisdom in halting the Sunset Falls Hydro Project (“PUD scraps… Continue reading