Letters

Evergreen Health medical facilities provided expert care

I recently went to the Evergreen Health Monroe Emergency Care and then spent two nights at Evergreen Health Monroe Hospital. This was followed up by… Continue reading

Thanks for supporting the work of Homage Senior Services

I am writing to your again to praise our Homage Senior Services here in Everett. They could not continue to help all of us seniors… Continue reading

Washington Oakes AOK Club raises $700 for charities

A group of residents at Washington Oakes Retirement Home have an Acts of Kindness Club, or AOK Club. We recently had a raffle of a… Continue reading

CIA nominee’s actions were justified after 9-11

I disagree with Eugene Robinson’s opinion piece on Gina Haspel’s nomination for CIA director and the derogatory cartoon that accompanied it (“Don’t reward the authors… Continue reading

Sno-Isle Libaries have been responsible with tax revenue

Our public libraries are the most inclusive, creative and efficient institutions we have. Every member of our community can benefit from what libraries have to… Continue reading

South county schools, services can’t keep up with growth

Suburban growth is abundant in unincorporated Snohomish County. It’s a sign of a growing and prosperous economy. However it comes with a price. The canvas… Continue reading

Bothell’s new park should be named for a local veteran

The article by Ben Watanabe about Bothell’s new park (“Bothell’s largest park is open to visitors and name ideas,” The Herald, April 1) implies that… Continue reading

Laws won’t limit the use of guns in crimes

I don’t believe that we as a state or nation are ever going to really control guns. If someone wants to commit a crime or… Continue reading

Milbank: First Russia probe sentencing means it’s Mueller time

The son-in-law of a Russain oligarch got 30 days for lying to investigators. Others will follow.

Poor behavior by some adults at Easter egg hunt

We have been attending Canyon Creek Church’s Easter egg hunt at Bob’s Corn since we moved here four years ago. We have always enjoyed this… Continue reading

Everett concerts should have been scheduled at different times

Two great concerts are occurring in Everett this Sunday, April 8. The Pacifica Chamber Orchestra plays at the Presbyterian Church at 3 p.m., and the… Continue reading

No need for census question on citizenship

Thank you for the job you do presenting complete news. In Marc A. Thiessen’s March 30 column was a well-written argument for the inclusion of… Continue reading

Trump proved right on tariffs, market, North Korea

Well, well, well. Now, what are you libs going to scream? The sky is falling? “Trumps going to start a trade war and destroy the… Continue reading

Learn about Sno-Isle Libraries levy at forums

We have so much to be proud of in our neck of the woods, not the least of which is our award-winning Sno-Isle Libraries. Our… Continue reading

Marchers should skip politicians and talk to peers

No offense intended, But your marches are laughed at by politicians. They haven’t cared about you, what you want, need, the Constitution, your (hold on,… Continue reading

State lawmakers need to get to work on gun legislation

I attended the March for Our Lives rally March 24 in Everett. It was inspiring to see that more than 1,000 people came to protest… Continue reading

Stillaguamish Tribe gets around rules on billboards

The Stillaguamish Tribe has just completed the installation of its sixth huge, flashing billboard along I-5 within a few miles either way of Exit 210… Continue reading

Everett Transit or Community Transit should serve Mukilteo

First, I want to applaud Herald writer Rikki King and photographer Ian Terry for great photos in your story “Bleeding red ink, Everett Transit headed… Continue reading

Regarding the charges against former Seahawk Bennett

I have to agree with former Seattle Seahawk Michael Bennett’s claim that the Philadelphia Eagles’ defensive line could be the greatest ever, as long as… Continue reading

A good laugh from The Buzz is important in this world

The first thing I read in the Herald is “The Buzz!” I was saddened when I opened the paper and learned it was being replaced… Continue reading