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Residents from cities north of Seattle are feeling the pressure to expand.…
Sometime between 800 and 980 A.D., a massive tsunami swept Puget Sound. We should prepare for another.
A sketchy look at the news of the day.
As with other Indian boarding schools in the U.S., a local school left an equally disturbing legacy.
The pandemic proved the need for broadband access. A bill before the House can deliver that lifeline.
By Chris Roberts / For The Herald A couple days before my mother died from complications due to covid-19, a very kind aide was able… Continue reading
A system that separated families to destroy culture and take land demands accountability, not pity.
Authorization for the country to pay what it owes shouldn’t be an excuse to hold the country hostage.
The last vote didn’t ‘pay’ for all of Trump’s programs and some of Biden’s; it doesn’t work that way.
The convention wisdom about midterm elections may not hold if Republicans keep this up.
If our internal GPS aren’t regularly updated with new ‘roads’ we can find ourselves lost even when ‘right’
We need to find a way to discuss our differences while valuing those with whom we disagree.
That excuse and others allow members of Congress to hide the real reason for their opposition: donations.
The Party of Lincoln lost Black voters long ago, but Democrats need to act to keep African American support.
EvCC canceled students’ debt, showing what free community college can deliver to students and employers.
Regarding the article documenting Republican state senators’ concerns about prison closures (“GOP senators want prison closures, early release halted,” The Herald, Sept. 19): It took… Continue reading
I fully agree with the seeming multitude of readers who object to the loss of terrific strips such as Zits and Baby Blues. Why don’t… Continue reading
The longtime AP reporter quit, he says, because a ‘both sides’ approach isn’t telling an accurate story.