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The unvaccinated are the people most likely to contract the covid virus…
One factor I use when determining who to support for public office…
Employment ‘churn’ is driving higher wages and can break the economy out of its low-productivity trap.
In a letter to parents on Sept. 27, Dr. Chris Pearson, Marysville School District interim superintendent stated that all “Thin Blue Line” flags must be… Continue reading
Backed by his media wiseguys, a nationwide criminal organization moves to take down democracy.
Debora Nelson and her husband Bob were the first neighbors to welcome us when we moved to Arlington four years ago. Debora has since become… Continue reading
In the Summer 2020 Snohomish publication, Mayor John Kartak writes that his job is not to lead and goes on to define “leadership” as “some… Continue reading
The consequences of default include a devalued dollar, bank failures, recession and surging inflation.
History suggests at least one of the two must ease if inflation is going to return to the Fed’s target.
With five seats on the ballot, and at least three new members, voter participation is key.
The Herald is all gloom and doom and no fun anymore without Mother Goose and Grimm. I’m starting to feel like leaving it in the… Continue reading
Covid and cancer Cancer kills more, yet cigarettes legal Recently published, the No. 1 cause of death in Washington state is cancer. The newest annual… Continue reading
We’re seeing the result with virulent opposition to common-sense calls for pandemic precautions.
Studied by others — and not always to sell coffee — Starbucks set expectations for retail spaces.
Your vote in the Nov. 2 election will determine who represents your voice regarding local issues.
Allowing Medicare to negotiate drug prices would save billions and won’t limit drug availability.