Editorial: Coordinated effort a good cure for opioid crisis

Agencies are using their response to emergencies to guide their work in fighting an epidemic.

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Editorial: Tolbert key to Arlington’s financial turnaround

The two-term mayor’s leadership has brought reforms and allowed the city to benefit from growth.

Ignatius: U.S. troops tell of shame, outrage at leaving Kurds

Trump’s retreat from Syria was an ‘unsound, morally indefensible act’ says a retired four-star general.

Parker: What does Trump get out of bowing to Turkey?

We know what we lost in terms of stability and security, but why did we abandon the Kurds to Turkey?

Ordinance before Lynnwood council would aid tenants

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Fire distict candidate defends support of firefighters

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Sheriff Trenary has right approach to opioids, crime

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Editorial cartoons for Tuesday, Oct. 15

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Editorial: Reelect Lund to Lake Stevens School Board

Paul Lund, nearly 10 years on the board, continues to show enthusiasm for meeting students’ needs.

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