County Councilmember Nate Nehring said in a recent essay in Herald Forum that he learned in visits to schools that students want more civility in… Continue reading
Oil companies are reluctant to increase production. That’s the worst time to encourage more demand.
For several possible crimes now identified, Trump’s belief in a ‘stolen election’ provides no defense.
I’m an opponent of private gun ownership. Nevertheless, props to the organizers of the gun show this weekend for their sensitivity in moving the date… Continue reading
What if — as Texas Republicans now demand — we create a homeland for the fact-impervious there?
Larry Simoneaux provided such a refreshing dose of common sense in his guest commentary (“Gun owners, we need need to demand changes to firearm laws,”… Continue reading
Sea Mar’s Marysville Family Medicine Residency Program helps to fill need for primary care providers.
Investor speculation gave us $10 Uber rides. That’s over but most of us are still better off than in the past.
Wandrea ArShaye Moss was an election worker, until her life and family were threatened by a ‘big lie’ mob.
The test are available, but access to tests is limited and prevents the data needed to track its spread.
President Biden’s request to suspend gas taxes offers little benefit and considerable risk.
I feel sorry for Joe Biden. He has become an angry confused old man. I’m even sorrier for those of the 81 million who voted… Continue reading
Rome failed to balance two senators’ advice, allowing unresolved resentments to lead to more violence.
A 6-3 majority have weakened a Washington state case that allowed but didn’t require religious school funding.
Large multi-unit apartments are being built at a record rate as builders maximize available space.
A teen has been charged with firing multiple shots at a passing vehicle from the Mariner High School parking lot on June 14 (“Teen, 15,… Continue reading