Comment: For Capitol Hill reporter, Jan. 6 was last straw

The longtime AP reporter quit, he says, because a ‘both sides’ approach isn’t telling an accurate story.

 

Comment: Navy’s latest task force sailing without onboard crew

Task Force 59’s drones, using artificial intelligence, are on duty monitoring the Arabian Gulf.

 

Comment: We can’t treat West’s drought like temporary disaster

The American West’s drought won’t end with the next rainstorm. It’s our new, permanently arid normal.

 

Cymbaluks’ gift to Providence building even better hospital

As Everett’s mayor from 2003 to 2017, I had a unique vantage point to observe the growth and development of our local hospital, Providence Regional… Continue reading

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Editorial cartoons for Thursday, Sept. 23

A sketchy look at the news of the day.… Continue reading

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Everett Council, Dist. 2: Rhyne has worked for her neighbors

Paula Rhyne is the best candidate for our first District 2 Everett City Council member. Paula has been actively engaged in local civics and issues… Continue reading

Comment: Once again, Tucker Carlson is wrong about vaccines

This time he’s claiming the military is using vaccines to weed out soliders. The numbers don’t add up.

Comment: Some satire may help climate change message go down

Late night talk show hosts team up tonight to focus their humor on the issues surrounding climate.

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Editorial cartoons for Wednesday, Sept. 22

A sketchy look at the news of the day.… Continue reading

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The 214-foot tall cranes work to unload their first cargo shipments at South Terminal at the Port of Everett on Thursday, April 8, 2021 in Everett, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Editorial: Murphy can bring more transparency to port board

Voters will choose between two strong candidates for Everett’s port board, each with years of service.

The 214-foot tall cranes work to unload their first cargo shipments at South Terminal at the Port of Everett on Thursday, April 8, 2021 in Everett, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Long-term care tax unfair to older workers

I was informed that I will be paying 58 cents for every $100 earned on my paycheck to fund the Washington State Long-Term Services and… Continue reading

Regarding natural covid immunity and vaccines

“Follow the science,” says our president, plus our governor and various health officials. Mandates are emphasized as following the science. Yet there are an estimated… Continue reading

Thanks for adding Tundra to Herald comics

I love Tundra! I think it is hilarious and relates to the PNW. I missed it when it was pulled from the daily paper a… Continue reading

Young reader wants Zits, Baby Blues back on comics page

This decision to switch comics in The Herald has been very frustrating! I spent a lot of time reading comics, specifically Zits and Baby Blues.… Continue reading

Comment: Business need not wait for Biden’s vaccine mandate

Implentation of the federal mandate will be slow, which is why businesses should move on their own.

Comment: Ending Roe v. Wade could backfire on abortion foes

A 1989 Supreme Court decision cost support for Republicans. A similar move now could do the same.

Comment: Men losing out on jobs, but it’s transition, not end

By rejecting college, young men are hurting themselves. Here’s how to help them move to the new economy.

County’s plans for Lord Hill park must respect wishes of all

I read the recent guest commentary from Rick Reed concerning the Snohomish County Parks plans for bike-only trails at Lord Hill park (“County plans for… Continue reading

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Editorial cartoons for Tuesday, Sept. 21

A sketchy look at the news of the day.… Continue reading

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Eugene Robinson columns foment racism

While The Herald is deleting and rearranging the comic strips, can it do something with Eugene Robinson’s columns, please? Like delete them? I assure you… Continue reading