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On Wednesday, Dec. 5, the Everett City Council voted unanimously to pass a reusable bag ordinance to be effective September, 2019. I applaud the Everett… Continue reading
Is the agenda of the people who want to tear out the Snake River dams really saving the orcas or something else (“Solutions for saving… Continue reading
The law will allow workers to bond with infants and care for themselves and family during illness.
I read with interest the The Herald editorial calling for more work in Washington state to address climate change in the absence of federal leadership… Continue reading
The effects of a four-fold increase in flights at a Coupeville field warrant an agreement.
The slaying by Saudis has revealed a high-tech spy network aimed at extremism and dissent.
The eulogists’ comparisons of the two presidencies were not explicit but could not be missed.
A newspaper has exposed who helped Jeffrey Epstein get a light sentence for child sexual abuse.
Black men still are being killed by police without reason, especially when they’re legally carrying.
I whole-heartedly agree with Sid Schwab’s thoughts (“The silver lining in Trump’s and the GOP’s cloud,” The Herald, Dec. 1) on the malignant bent to… Continue reading
What he did for cleaner air was to use market forces to encourage industry to reduce emissions.
The bad news — and refuted lies — continue to pile up against Trump. It’s not too late to join the fight.
As we enjoy the Christmas season in Snohomish, I would like to recognize and commend Karen Guzak and her volunteers for creating the annual Snohomish… Continue reading
Too bad about the bear spray and that Amazon robot; and it was up for Employee of the Quarter, too.
Requiring 60 percent approval to pass bonds shortchanges students and isn’t fiscally responsible.
In James McCusker’s column this week (“Will ‘free stuff tempt Americans to try socialism?” Dec. 1), he mentioned that “American families earning the average wage… Continue reading