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A sketchy look at the day in politics.
Plans to reintroduce the bear to the North Cascades would return an important part of the ecosystem.
Overcrowded and understaffed, U.S. jails increasingly leave inmates alone and under-supervised.
Gov. Inslee has stood in the way of necessary reforms for the Department of Corrections.
A YWCA conference in Edmonds offered services and inspiration that can help women attain their best.
Tax cuts and tariffs haven’t delivered as promised. Naturally, Trump wants to keep digging the hole deeper.
His 35-minute Q-and-A with reporters showed him at his most unfiltered and untethered to reality.
If Greenland is so strategically valuable, is it wise to insult the nation you need to deal with?
More subjective, but just as telling, let’s review Trump’s week for his beastly unpresidential acts.
After reading the Aug. 18 Herald story about the guardian ad litem program (“Lying, spying and destroying evidence spur guardian reforms”) it appears all of… Continue reading
It is clear that with the mergers of Monroe and Lake Stevens fire districts as voted on by the citizens of these cities with the… Continue reading
Downtown Everett’s hanging baskets and planters, the flowers at Legion Park and the gateways to the city are over-the-top gorgeous this year. Every time I… Continue reading
Hearken, nonbelievers! He stepped into office and could do anything he wished; except buy Greenland.
Except ignore his pollution promotion, not sell him Greenland and object to his caging children.
On behalf of Lake Stevens Fire, I want to say thank you to our community for approving the merger with Snohomish County Fire District 7.… Continue reading
‘Faithless electors’ and the National Popular Vote seek an easier path than amending the Constitution.
First it was Greenland, then Trump lost automakers who said they prefer California’s mileage rules.