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Letters to the editor

  • Boeing: Tax breaks good deal for the state May. 4

  • Teacher misconduct: Paid vacation isn't punishment May. 4

  • Politics: Silencing Trump isn't democratic May. 4

  • Justice system: Chronic fugitive needs prison May. 4

  • The Herald: Paper doesn't care what readers want May. 4

  • Marysville schools: Students must be our priority May. 4

  • Internet service: Fiber-optic delays hurting business May. 3

  • Media: Stop insulting Trump supporters May. 3

  • May Day: Return holiday to nice origins May. 3

  • Theft: Old-school check another scam May. 3

  • GOP Fundraiser: Choice of speaker speaks volumes May. 3

  • Fire District 21: Lacking fiscal responsibility May. 3

  • The Herald: Very satisfied with the paper May. 2

  • Freeway madness: Crack down on blatant speeders May. 2

  • The Herald: Enjoyed story on neighbor's yard May. 2

  • Fuel efficiency: Keep following great ShopGirls May. 2

  • Education: Bureaucracy in way of teachers May. 2

  • ‘Justice' system: Reardon inquiry cost more than fine May. 1

  • Edmonds: ‘Improvements' raise questions May. 1

  • Life: Can't afford not to know math May. 1

  • Everett Schools: Use same plan for elementaries May. 1

  • Tubman on $20 bill: Abolitionist good choice for honor Apr. 29

  • Safe Water: Fluoride plays role in lead leach Apr. 29

  • Everett schools: Don't believe graduation rates Apr. 29

  • Zika virus: Tell Congress to fund health fight Apr. 29

  • Light rail to Everett: Putting the wait into perspective Apr. 29

  • Marysville election: School bond loss hurts community Apr. 28

  • Snake River: Remove dams to save salmon, orca Apr. 28

  • State taxes: Revenues took big Eyman hit Apr. 27

  • Energy options: Solar, wind have big drawbacks Apr. 27

  • Presidential race: A non-politician greatly appealing Apr. 27

  • Politicians: Boeing actions at odds with vow Apr. 27

  • Star Trek: Another tidbit about Klingons Apr. 27

  • Sid Schwab: Thanks for view into O.R. world Apr. 26

  • Sid Schwab: Don't want to read medical text Apr. 26

  • Fun slang: Not all find ‘broad' offensive Apr. 26

  • Mariners on TV: Wish I could see some games Apr. 26

  • Home ownership: Too many won't be able to buy Apr. 26

  • Everett Schools: Lots of info about vital measures Apr. 25

  • Marysville: Good schools build community Apr. 25

  • Colton Harris Moore: Young man is paying his dues Apr. 25

  • Everett Schools: Students deserve our support Apr. 25

  • Marysville Schools: New construction seems excessive Apr. 25

  • Everett water: Back-logged bills troublesome Apr. 24

  • Economy: Seeking fairness for labor, workers Apr. 24

  • Bernie Sanders: Lowry election offers blueprint Apr. 24

  • Eason Invitational: Sportsmanship honors Gionet Apr. 23

  • Compassion: From the start, Garner a super kid Apr. 23

  • Helping the homeless: Generous donors keep wish alive Apr. 23

  • The Herald: All writers need proofreaders Apr. 22

  • Presidential race: About making life more fair for all Apr. 22

  • Mukilteo: Voicing fears is free speech Apr. 22

  • Everett Schools: Still don't trust administration Apr. 22

  • Paine Field: Mukilteo needs visitors, tourists Apr. 22

  • The Herald: Service lacking in many areas Apr. 22

  • Caucuses: All captives of outdated system Apr. 21

  • Marysville School District: More debt won't better education Apr. 21

  • MPHS cafeteria: Children first, finances second Apr. 21

  • Ombudsman: Higher standard to avoid conflict Apr. 21

  • Marysville School District: Very responsible stewards of funds Apr. 21

  • Colton Harris Moore: Call young man by his real name Apr. 20

  • Mukilteo: Warm welcome for new mosque Apr. 20

  • State Caucuses: Flawed system needs revamping Apr. 20

  • Marysville: Cameras a cure for road insanity Apr. 20

  • Mukilteo: A rich history of acceptance Apr. 19

  • Everett Schools: Balanced package deserves support Apr. 19

  • Marysville Schools: Well served by prudent planning Apr. 19

  • Marysville schools: Investment lifts all in community Apr. 19

  • Tolerance: Speak out against hate, prejudice Apr. 19

  • Centennial Trail: Railroad tracks not worth saving Apr. 18

  • The Herald: Get in the game with box scores Apr. 18

  • Marysville schools: Vote to support future students Apr. 18

  • Cherry Point: Treaty makes decision easy Apr. 18

  • North Carolina: Bathroom law is about safety Apr. 18

  • The Herald: Box scores key to following league Apr. 18

  • Marysville schools: Bond measure needs paring Apr. 18

  • Snohomish County: Creating jobs requires airport Apr. 17

  • Red light cameras: Solve concerns by obeying the law Apr. 17

  • Lummi nation: Coal terminal violates rights Apr. 17

  • Cherry Point: Lummi's rights take precedent Apr. 15

  • Election: State delegates must honor vote Apr. 15

  • The Herald: Can't follow MLB without the stats Apr. 15

  • The Herald: Move weather, expand the sports Apr. 15

  • The Herald: What is the call on box scores? Apr. 15

  • Opinion page: Graphic column bad judgement Apr. 15

  • Lynnwood: Cameras clearly all about money Apr. 14

  • Election: We the people no longer matter Apr. 14

  • Restaurants: Azteca doing well at dozens of sites Apr. 14

  • Bernie Sanders: Trying to shame supporters wrong Apr. 14

  • Everett schools: Explain measures transparently Apr. 14

  • Language: Women are not consumables Apr. 13

  • The Herald: All baseball box scores, please Apr. 13

  • Lynnwood: Keep cameras, increase fines Apr. 12

  • John Koster: Drop lawsuit and get a real job Apr. 12

  • Marysville Schools: Improve results before buildings Apr. 12

  • Economy: Restaurant closure bad sign Apr. 12

  • U.S. economy: Trump should bring jobs back Apr. 12

  • John Koster: Vagueness on letterhead wrong Apr. 12

  • MPHS: Don't run from fear and grief Apr. 12

  • Snohomish County: Koster's lawsuit takes the cake Apr. 11


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