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Renters and landlords face a dire situation after the CARES Act protection runs out. (“Eviction moratorium uncertainty means preparing for anything,” The Herald, July 12)… Continue reading
I noticed there aren’t non-motorized recreation photos in the article about Reiter Foothills Forest (“2 timber harvests planned near Gold Bar recreation areas,” The Herald,… Continue reading
Dave Paul is a champion of education. He is the father of a teenage daughter and son and has dedicated his life to the education… Continue reading
The outcomes from colleges going online or in-person will be felt by the cities that rely on them economically.
As a parent, I am concerned about other parents who have to go out and work and they can not get child care due to… Continue reading
I was shocked to see the recent photos of the very important rally to support law enforcement and first responders, but so many without masks?… Continue reading
I have known and worked with Angie Homola for a number of years since moving to Coupeville. She worked tirelessly during the last financial downturn… Continue reading
Rep. Lewis fought for decades to strengthen the Voting Rights Act. Congress should finish his work.
Last year was hard for students of all grades. Yet, as I read The Herald and watch the news the focus is on two groups,… Continue reading
Not the vandals, not the ‘wall of moms,’ not the mayor and not Trump; no one is a shining example.
Primary ballots are due Aug. 4 and we will make important choices for many elected officials. Pay particular attention to District 10, State Representative, Position… Continue reading
I fully support April Berg for the 44th Legislative District. As a public school teacher in Lake Stevens for the last 25 years, I respect… Continue reading
Why the double standard? The answer turns on partisan concerns, not ideological conviction.
Presenting a united front, they can push action on testing, supply production and a mask mandate.
So here we are again with the Everett School Board’s hands out. Not the best of times for that. I suppose it is needed. On… Continue reading