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Talks to build a Trump Tower in Moscow weren’t illegal, but they’ve made things difficult for Trump.
So Tim Eyman felt compelled to file for bankruptcy because of what he feels are “unfair” actions towards him by the attorney general of the… Continue reading
Higher wages and automation may mean more retailers will opt to hire fewer seasonal workers.
Taking down the dams would divert money needed elsewhere to improve habitat and build salmon runs.
As the dust from the elections settles, it’s apparent that Americans had health care on their minds when they marked their ballots. A recent survey… Continue reading
A plan to take statewide actions to address climate change doesn’t require presidential leadership.
Herald columnist Jerry Cornfield in his Nov. 21 column (“State revenues to reach $50B but new fees or taxes loom”) states “The state has never… Continue reading
As a young person, I believe that we need to keep the world’s largest fracked gas-to-methanol refinery from being built in our wonderful Washington in… Continue reading
Even though legal experts see no grounds for criminal charges (yet), it’s clear Trump (again) lied.
Expect to hear Trump’s usual defense repeated often: I didn’t do it, and if I did, it wasn’t a crime.
Local reporters can put a public face on media that’s more difficult to dismiss as ‘fake news.’
We are in the season of thanks and giving, we on the board of the Lake Stevens Education Foundation wish to offer our sincere thanks… Continue reading
Assuming it’s not too late, we’re getting a clear look at the failings of their brand of capitalism.
It’s beginning to look a lot like a Stephen King movie at the White House.
Plastic bags are only a small part of the pollution problem, but it’s a simple and inexpensive fix.
After a bus accident sidelined the Husky band, the Cougar band honored the annual game’s traditions.