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A ballot proposal switching the city council to district representation requires a public process.
The demand that any woman’s claim of rape be automatically believed can have tragic consequences.
Voters will have to decide if Roy Moore’s alleged behavior is a greater sin than being a Democrat.
Schools with larger poor and minority populations are still less capable of keeping good teachers.
The public telephone at the Verlot service ranger station is a service the public demands. At the next public telephone server franchise renewal, demand Frontier… Continue reading
Nonpartisan arbiters of fact are being disregarded on tax law, health care and judicial worthiness.
The president is taking care not to alienate Senate Republicans before the vote on tax reform.
A NOAA ship takes scientists into an Antarctic ice field, when the path out starts to close in.
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.