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Every elected official and the community they serve should be concerned for…
A state Senate bill would bar the open carry of firearms at demonstrations and the capitol grounds.
How delighted I was to read in a Herald editorial that you…
Every crisis of the Trump reign has only ended up demonstrating the resilience of U.S. institutions.
There was a recent letter to The Herald praising Gov. Jay Inslee for his response to the covid-19 pandemic. I will continue the “praises.” Let’s… Continue reading
The Herald’s recent feature inviting students to write to the editor has made for some interesting reading. It was surprising, though, to see the almost… Continue reading
Recently, Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed a lawsuit against the Navy, alleging that the Environmental Impact Statement process used in determining the local… Continue reading
Echoing the Boeing 737 Max crashes, oversight and other failures contributed to the 2017 derailment.
Regarding Providence Regional Medical Center’s planning to charge a parking day rate of $4 for patients and visitors, I understand to a point, however, officials… Continue reading
One would update wording that autodialers take advantage of. The other would crack down on spoofers.
commander in chief — does not confer any military experience. While he clearly believes his judgment… Continue reading
The Parker Solar Probe, launched Sunday, could help answer intriguing questions about our star.
The party will find no one ‘unifiying message,’ but it can get behind MLK Jr.’s ‘constructive tension.’
That Tyler Hilinski suffered from CTE should change some assumptions about concussion injuries.
The liberal news media is simply gushing over the love fest, Olympics in Pyeongchang. It would appear that they were aghast that Vice President Pence… Continue reading
Pooling tips is fine when it shares tips among workers; but restaurant owners shouldn’t take a cut.