The Herald of Everett, Washington
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Letters to the editor

  • Jackson High: Day of Silence oversteps school role Apr. 23

  • Firearms: Hysteria isn’t common sense Apr. 23

  • United States: Important to tone down jingoism Apr. 23

  • Local tourism: Thanks for great look at Lynnwood Apr. 22

  • Everett: Restrict alcohol sales downtown Apr. 22

  • Gun Initiatives: Voters must educate themselves Apr. 22

  • Auto industry: Also decided to never buy GM Apr. 21

  • ACA: GOP will soon see the light Apr. 21

  • Olympia: Not scrubbing computers negligent Apr. 21

  • The Herald : Political writer should reveal party Apr. 20

  • Everett schools: Admin put ahead of students Apr. 20

  • Camano Island: Ignore robo-calls; vote for library Apr. 20

  • Climate change: Not scientific to declare issue ‘settled’ Apr. 20

  • Community: Students’ generosity repaid in kind Apr. 19

  • Computer repair: Company operates with old values Apr. 19

  • Independence: Thanks to all who helped son earn position Apr. 19

  • Helping seniors: Grateful thanks to United Way for grant Apr. 19

  • The Herald: Friendly staff makes for good visit Apr. 19

  • Everett: Need to bust heroin dealers Apr. 18

  • Auto business: Dishonest GM deserves to fail Apr. 18

  • Death Penalty: Inslee denies co-victims closure Apr. 18

  • Boeing: Moving engineers a punch in the gut Apr. 18

  • Everett: Balance budget without tax hikes Apr. 18

  • Oso landslide: President doing what leaders do Apr. 17

  • Oso landslide: Fortunate to have Lovick on the job Apr. 17

  • Everett Schools: Helping kids is top priority Apr. 17

  • The Herald: Great story on couple fun for all Apr. 17

  • Opinion Page: Letter writers run the spectrum Apr. 17

  • Election donations: Independent candidates needed Apr. 16

  • Everett Schools: Outdated facility a disservice to kids Apr. 16

  • Congress: Time to impose term limits Apr. 16

  • Everett Schools: Biggest need: Respect voters Apr. 16

  • Computer follies: Advice for wrestling with Windows Apr. 16

  • Everett Schools: North really needs updating Apr. 15

  • Camano Island: Vote to keep our valued library Apr. 15

  • President Obama: He should take time to visit Hanford Apr. 15

  • Oso tragedy: Stop sniping over elected leaders Apr. 15

  • Oso tragedy: Don’t claim to speak for victims Apr. 15

  • Everett Schools: Bond ensures needed project Apr. 14

  • Oso: Preventing future tragic landslides Apr. 14

  • Society: Crucial first lessons often forgotten Apr. 14

  • Campaign donations: Only tool left is the ballot box Apr. 14

  • UW: Falls need to be taken seriously Apr. 13

  • Everett Schools: Meeting the needs of every child Apr. 13

  • Camano Island: Library vital to community Apr. 13

  • Housing Hope: Thanks for generous fund-raiser support Apr. 12

  • Community: Kindness of citizens so wonderful Apr. 12

  • PAVE: Closed bakery holds memories for many Apr. 12

  • Helping others: Thanks to Girl Scouts for generosity Apr. 12

  • Community Bank: Generous action is such a blessing Apr. 12

  • Providence: Thank you to excellent medical team Apr. 12

  • Oso landslide: Big banks should follow Coastal’s lead Apr. 12

  • Everett Schools: Bond numbers seem excessive Apr. 11

  • The Herald: Entertainment section the best Apr. 11

  • The Herald: Soil testing can be done locally Apr. 11

  • Everett Schools: Don’t take anger out on kids Apr. 11

  • Government: Help overturn donation decisions Apr. 11

  • Arlington: Prop 1 ensures essential services Apr. 10

  • Immigrants: Bush ignores law, seeks voters Apr. 10

  • Oso landslide: For Obama visit, set aside politics Apr. 10

  • Oso landslide: Obama should stay in D.C. Apr. 10

  • State budget: DOT needs fiscal oversight Apr. 10

  • Everett schools: Taxpayers foot cost of election Apr. 9

  • Legislature: Sells concerned about conflict? Apr. 9

  • Everett: Fees: Keep citizens in mind Apr. 9

  • Gas stations: Attendants are greatly needed Apr. 9

  • Disasters: Act to keep oil, coal trains out Apr. 9

  • Everett schools: Why did CRC predate upgrades? Apr. 8

  • Mariners: Leading off with positive outlook Apr. 8

  • Campaign finance: Ruling cements oligarchy of rich Apr. 8

  • Oso landslide: No blame in natural disaster Apr. 8

  • ACA: More lipstick isn’t helping at all Apr. 8

  • Climate change: Time to take issue seriously Apr. 7

  • ACA: Exchange has bad symptoms Apr. 7

  • Camano Island: Why the rush on library vote? Apr. 7

  • Political system: Power of money to persuade Apr. 6

  • Darrington: When road opens, support towns Apr. 6

  • Everett schools: Don’t let class size increase Apr. 6

  • Oso landslide: Hold officials accountable Apr. 6

  • Oso : Young volunteers pride of community Apr. 5

  • Oso landslide: Thank you to all responders Apr. 5

  • Osoberry: Native plant a reminder of renewal Apr. 4

  • Campaign donations: Court right; it’s our money Apr. 4

  • The Buzz: Front page isn’t for humor Apr. 4

  • Arlington: Levy will help keep quality of life Apr. 4

  • Hobby Lobby: Standing up for human rights Apr. 4

  • The Buzz: Daily humor a needed relief Apr. 4

  • Campaign donations: Initiative aims to end money game Apr. 4

  • Supreme Court: The day democracy died Apr. 3

  • Huighway 530: Residents need road open Apr. 3

  • Gas stations: Costco pumps have assist button Apr. 3

  • Oso tragedy: Perhaps lasting good can come Apr. 3

  • ACA : Is it meeting stated goals? Apr. 3

  • GOP: Strategy good vote reminder Apr. 2

  • Oso tragedy: No blame, just help people Apr. 2

  • Oso landslide: Explaining isn’t ‘blaming’ Apr. 2

  • Antiquities Act: Law remains essential Apr. 2

  • Oso tragedy: Cornfield right on the money Apr. 1

  • Oso tragedy: This what we mean by ‘community’ Apr. 1

  • Oso tragedy: Media behavior unacceptable Apr. 1


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