Editorial: State must cure poor funding of public health

The structure to allocate funds to health districts is in place; now, adequate funding is needed.

End abusive language between Trump opponents, supporters

I am writing to respond to Mike Mitchell’s April 6 commentary (“What a Trump voter wants to say”). I am a life-long Democrat who applauds… Continue reading

End abusive language between Trump opponents, supporters

I am writing to respond to Mike Mitchell’s April 6 commentary (“What a Trump voter wants to say”). I am a life-long Democrat who applauds… Continue reading

McArdle: When a cosmopolitan is confronted by cultural pride

Our society needs to remember that culture is more than colorful costumes and a few place-names.

Parker: Assange no journalist; Wikileaks not Pentagon Papers

The difference between Assange and, say, The Washington Post, is mostly a lot of worry and process.

Robinson: For a moment revel in an absolute wonder of science

The image of a distant black hole shows what humans can achieve through intellect and cooperation.

Viewpoints: 4 tax worries that really shouldn’t worry you

Concerned you’ll be audited, make a math error or owe a lot? You can relax; it’s rarely that bad.

Congratulations to Stanwood’s Knowledge Bowl team

Kudos to the spunky young people from Stanwood High School who won the 3A division Knowledge Bowl championship! (“Stanwood High walks away with state Knowledge… Continue reading

Editorial cartoons for Saturday, April 13

A sketchy look at the day in politics.… Continue reading

Schwab: Focus on southern border is obscuring lessons of 9-11

Trump’s fixation threatens to weaken the agency tasked with protecting the entire nation.

The Buzz: A black hole from which politics cannot escape

Piece of cake, Julian Assange; you’re used to spending years indoors.

Trump voters need to understand why some oppose him

Regarding, Mike Mitchell’s April 6 commentary (“What a Trump voter wants you to know”). I too am a product of the ’50s, voted for the… Continue reading

Editorial cartoons for Friday, April 12

A sketchy look at the day in politics.… Continue reading

Editorial: Start work on regional response to climate change

Everett will soon start work on a local response to curbing global warming and its impacts.

The logo for Manjaro Linux, an open-source computer operating system.

Everett’s new logo looks like a company’s logo turned on side

With all the intelligent, creative people in this area of the Pacific Northwest I find it mind-boggling that the city of Everett could be accused… Continue reading

The logo for Manjaro Linux, an open-source computer operating system.

Harrop: Wondering if U.S. is full? It’s the wrong question

Turn off the alarms and let’s have a conversation on how to shape immigration to serve our interests.

Ignatius: Is Assange a journalist? It may not matter much

Attempting to hack into a Pentagon computer, as alleged, isn’t part of what a reporter does.

Milbank: Yes, border is in crisis, and Trump’s making it worse

Trump has options to ease the migrant crisis, but it will require admiting he alone can’t fix it.