Editorial cartoons for Monday, Nov. 16

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Tonya Drake is chancellor of WGU Washington. (Courtesy of WGU)
Editorial: Education can build on Native Americans’ heritage

There are obstacles to higher education, but also new opportunities to increase students’ access.

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Editorial cartoons for Wednesday, Nov. 25

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Customers place their orders at Sisters on Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2020 in Everett, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)
Editorial: Our best hope is to cope with covid limits

Restrictions on eateries and shops are painful but can suppress the virus until a vaccine is ready.

Fifth grader Vivian Fisher get help setting up a ChromeBook from Jody Urban at Frank Wagoner Elementary on Wednesday, April 8, 2020 in Monroe, Wa. Students of Frank Wagoner Elementary School returned on Wednesday to collect computers and other supplies to finish up the rest of the school year at home. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
Editorial: Monroe schools take safe path on students’ return

Stepping back from a threat to fire teachers, the district paused plans to return students to schools.

Volunteers await the next grouping a cars Friday morning at the Faith Food Bank at Faith Lutheran Church in Everett on October 9, 2020.   (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Editorial: Food banks need our help especially now

The pandemic’s surge has deepened the demand and complicated efforts to serve those in need.

Customer Kyung Kim, right, and her daughter Alexa Oh, 9, are handed their purchased baked goods through an open door by cashier Donna Te as they maintain social distance and wear masks Thursday, Nov. 12, 2020, in Seattle. Washington state and county health officials have warned of a spike in coronavirus cases across the state, and pleaded with the public to take the pandemic more seriously heading into the winter holidays. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
Editorial: As holidays approach let’s be thankful but wary

News of a vaccine is tempered by a sobering increase in infection rates. We can’t let up yet.

Comment: Washington saw Thanksgiving’s role in uniting nation

In celebrating his first Thanksgiving as president, he emphasized unity, charity and humility.

Comment: Food supply chain passed the test posed by covid

Advances in production and nutrition show the chain is ready for climate change and greater demand.

Were Boeing profits that irresistible to keep 737 Max flying?

In what was later described as a “culture of concealment,” Boeing’s decision… Continue reading

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