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Girls can benefit from Scouting’s lessons. Boys can benefit for girls’ civilizing influence.
Staged or not, the photos of Thomas Markle showed a simple dad wanting to make his daughter proud.
No Democrats attended the opening of the embassy in Jersualem, despite past support for the move.
Better regulation of PBMs — a pharmacy middleman — could lower drug prices for many patients.
In his dying days, the senator provides an example of how we might plan for end-of-life care.
Thank you for publishing the editorial cartoon by Lisa Benson in the May 15 Herald. While I personally deplore her usually retrograde political stance, I… Continue reading
His decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal has alienated Europe’s leaders.
Changes to food stamp rules will mean more hassles for recipients, most whom are already working.
By Eugene Robinson If political power were won by hand-wringing and anguished introspection, the Democratic Party would rule the galaxy. The hum of obsessive and… Continue reading
Last week’s U.S. Supreme Court decision provides opportunities — and a lot of questions — for states.
Seattle’s high housing prices and homelessness shows the downside to tech industry concentration.
Thanks for the super article on Coach Dennis Kloke’s half-century of excellence in the coaching profession (“Stanwood’s Dennis Kloke to retire after 51 years of… Continue reading
We have ‘alternative’ medicine. Should we be surprised at the rise of ‘alternative’ truth?
I want to issue a belated “Thank you!” to our state legislators in the 38th District: John McCoy, June Robinson and Mike Sells. The latest… Continue reading
Coach Dennis Kloke was featured in The Herald’s sports section on May 11 with great photos and a great article (“Stanwood’s Dennis Kloke to retire… Continue reading