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Letters to the editor

  • John Rosemond: Old-fashioned advice right on Jul. 31

  • Lynnwood Council: Simmonds best choice, period Jul. 31

  • Abortion: Real issue often overlooked Jul. 31

  • Mariners: Talented club needs new coach Jul. 31

  • County Executive: Lovick right to call out Somers Jul. 31

  • Death Penalty: Constitutional, high court ruled Jul. 30

  • Disabilities Act: Too many break ‘service dog' law Jul. 30

  • County Council: Tisdel is less than transparent Jul. 30

  • State revenue: Income tax would always go higher Jul. 30

  • SnoCo PUD: Agency is very easy to reach Jul. 29

  • Snohomish County: Somers works consensus-style Jul. 29

  • NASA: It's the military that needs axing Jul. 29

  • Snohomish County: Take step back on new courthouse Jul. 29

  • Planned Parenthood: Abortion agenda is the real issue Jul. 29

  • Snohomish: We can't afford yet another tax Jul. 28

  • Lynnwood: Simmonds set to help city grow Jul. 28

  • Snohomish: MPD tax rate can't be on ballot Jul. 28

  • Disabilities Act: People ignorant of 25-year-old law Jul. 28

  • Car tab fee: Only Gipson voted against it Jul. 28

  • City Council: We can no longer afford Gipson Jul. 27

  • Child raising: Agreed: Boot outdated column Jul. 27

  • Planned Parenthood: Organization open about work Jul. 27

  • Exploring space: More important to focus on home Jul. 27

  • Snohomish: Time for change at water district Jul. 27

  • Lynnwood: Postpone project for Poplar bridge Jul. 27

  • SnoCo PUD: Impossible to reach by phone Jul. 27

  • County Council: Tisdale has fire, fresh perspective Jul. 26

  • Lynnwood: No question: Keep Simmonds Jul. 26

  • Everett: City's new fee on tabs too much Jul. 26

  • Donald Trump: Running mate right here in state Jul. 26

  • City Council: Bader knows our civic priorities Jul. 26

  • Congress: Can't let Israel dictate on Iran Jul. 26

  • Sports Star: Thanks for pick of Tips' Oshie Jul. 25

  • Elson Floyd: Helping students big part of legacy Jul. 25

  • Mill Creek officer: Grateful for help finding loved one Jul. 25

  • Military deaths: Marines' deaths worth front page Jul. 24

  • Snohomish: MPD good move for city's future Jul. 24

  • County Executive: Let's get it right, with Somers Jul. 24

  • County executive: Lovick focuses on what we need Jul. 24

  • Donald Trump: Open oral cavity, insert extremities Jul. 24

  • Kids and eating: Local advice trumps Rosemond column Jul. 23

  • Everett Council: Who has plan for homeless issue? Jul. 23

  • County Executive: Lovick the leader is in right job Jul. 23

  • Donald Trump: Let the shirker be MIA in U.S. Jul. 23

  • County Executive: Only Somers has needed expertise Jul. 22

  • Military deaths: Where were flags at half-staff? Jul. 22

  • Snohomish: Do not fall for new jumbo tax Jul. 22

  • Public safety: Where's personal responsibility? Jul. 22

  • Primary election: Vote with head, not your heart Jul. 21

  • Snohomish: New, permanent tax not needed Jul. 21

  • City Council: Everett needs Rawson's vision Jul. 21

  • County Executive: Somers wrong about charter Jul. 21

  • Death penalty: Clearly violates Constitution Jul. 20

  • United States: Some debates have been settled Jul. 20

  • Silvertips: Coach turned things around Jul. 20

  • United States: Lincoln stated problem long ago Jul. 20

  • Snohomish: District will fully protect parks Jul. 19

  • SnoCo PUD: Need accounting of 1Energy funds Jul. 19

  • Everett City Council: Rawson best choice for city Jul. 19

  • Ice caves: We can't close all risky areas Jul. 19

  • History: True democracy needs equality Jul. 17

  • Illegal immigrants: Trump taps into majority belief Jul. 17

  • County Council: Anti-Sullivan mailings harsh Jul. 17

  • SnoCo PUD: More demand requires new idea Jul. 17

  • Iran accord: U.S. not among winners in deal Jul. 16

  • Snohomish County Executive: Pattern of attack; lack of openness Jul. 16

  • Nuclear deal: U.S. snookered yet once again Jul. 16

  • Snohomish County Council: Lovick, Ericks are due apologies Jul. 16

  • Jail death: Public forum to focus on policing Jul. 15

  • United States: Illegal aliens valued over citizens Jul. 15

  • Tax incentives: Try sliding scale based on exec's pay Jul. 15

  • SnoCo PUD: Hydro ignores drier future Jul. 15

  • The Herald: Deceptive ads reflect badly Jul. 15

  • Steelhead: ‘Gene bank' idea won't save fish Jul. 14

  • Legislature: Gas tax should be put to a vote Jul. 14

  • Nutrition: Gluten deserves its ‘reputation' Jul. 14

  • Primary election: Candidate forum on tap tonight Jul. 14

  • Military: Foreign suppliers are problematic Jul. 13

  • Halibut waste: Travesty needs investigating Jul. 13

  • County Council: No leadership on fireworks danger Jul. 13

  • Everett: Wrong to cater to pot trafficking Jul. 12

  • Marriage ruling: Supporters get lost in semantics Jul. 12

  • Chemical safety: Over-broad bill preys on fears Jul. 12

  • County Executive: Lovick's efforts have been stellar Jul. 12

  • Civil War: States declared it was about slavery Jul. 10

  • Confederate flag: Civil War indeed was about slavery Jul. 10

  • Animal rights: Costco must drop egg source Jul. 10

  • Ice cave collapse: Sad, but situation was preventable Jul. 10

  • County Executive: Lovick's vision serves all citizens Jul. 10

  • Military: Supply chain has too many links Jul. 10

  • Confederate flag: States' rights really was issue Jul. 9

  • Politics: Respectful debate virtually extinct Jul. 9

  • Politics: Resolve to ignore inane ‘playoffs' Jul. 8

  • Washington: Small bike fee could lower others Jul. 8

  • Grizzly bears: They have more right to territory Jul. 8

  • Education: Local control will help standing Jul. 8

  • United States: Acclimating key to thriving Jul. 8

  • Snohomish County: Somers will protect quality of life Jul. 7

  • Fireworks: Ban private ones, everywhere Jul. 7

  • Marriage ruling: Selective outcry is hypocritical Jul. 7


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