- NEW MOBILE APP!
- Subscriber Center
- Print Editions
- Classified Ads
- Photo Requests
- Site map
- About Us
By numerous metrics, Biden’s doing well, yet Republicans insist on denying him and his proposals.
The judge’s decision leaves the door open for Congress to pass a law that would grant that power, however.
Thanks to the pandemic and responses to it, the labor market could be hard to judge for some time.
Lynnwood mayor’s race Frizzell has experience for post In a coming weeks, the residents of Lynnwood will once again have the opportunity to vote their… Continue reading
Regarding the verdict in Derek Chauvin’s trial for the murder of George Floyd: Guilty. Guilty. Guilty. Grief. Relief. Sorrow. Joy. Gianna, you were right: Your… Continue reading
Ending parole in favor of rigid sentences has been inequitable and hasn’t made communities safer.
Take a cue from athletics, local students are signing letters of intent to study STEM fields in college.
A sketchy look at the news of the day.… Continue reading
For Mother’s Day, how about backing proposals for equal pay, child care and family tax credits?
Along with many Americans, I was horrified at the insurgence encouraged by our former president, Donald Trump, who on Jan. 6 at an event near… Continue reading
The social media giant’s oversight board refused responsibilities that belong to Facebook alone.
Women’s suffrage leaders wanted recognition of their rights. They soon soured on a empty holiday.
On issues related to economic equity and civil rights, Biden’s plans recall Truman’s Fair Deal.
When they’re not attacking fair proposals for good government, they’re nodding off like Ted Cruz.