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Snohomish Mayor John Kartak applied for a state grant to design a major makeover of Second Street, currently a major commercial corridor, into a more… Continue reading
The report on Clinton’s emails shows hostile actors gained access to classified material.
If tolls are placed at the border, Oregon should make certain projects benefit both states’ drivers.
Tit-for-tat tariffs between the U.S. and its trading partners will be felt sharply in Washington.
Trump officials would be wise to read what the Bible says about those who cause a child to stumble.
About 740,000 jobs will open by 2021, but too few students have the post-secondary education needed.
Medicare and Social Security are on a quicker pace to become insolvent than previously thought. Already at retirement age and working, I cannot fathom getting… Continue reading
The people have spoken. We want city council with five members elected by districts and two at-large. The city’s survey showed 31 percent want five… Continue reading
In justifying cruelty with a Bible quote, Republicans check off a characteristic on the cult list.
Trump and Kim may trust each other, but stronger language needs to back their handshake deal.
Since we seniors are still paying special levies through personal property and real estate taxes for the education of Snohomish County education needs, the Legislature’s… Continue reading
A Herald editorial’s focus on the schools’ funding ignores the need for the schools and their success.
For 30 years, Housing Hope has focused its programs to leverage the power of homes, jobs and kids.
I propose the new park in Everett be named “Emma Yule Park” after the city’s first school teacher. Emma Yule was critical in pioneering the… Continue reading