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These past few months of quarantine and isolation have been challenging in so many ways, but for parents of school children, it has been monumentally… Continue reading
Rather than bring needed change, protests in Portland and elsewhere are playing into Trump’s plans.
Want a legislative candidate with years of experience in field that’s under-represented in our Legislature? Then Suzanne Woodard is your candidate for 10th LD representative.… Continue reading
A lax response by federal leaders left us unprepared to return students to the classroom this fall.
We are health care providers and educators, relying on facts and forums to get to know the candidates for the 10th Legislative District, House, Position… Continue reading
When we think Mark James, we think “People First,” a visionary who will reach across the aisle and work tirelessly to move Washington state forward.… Continue reading
Those advocating for a return to a shutdown need to consider the long-term economic repercussions.
The lie that many believe about Atticus as the ‘Good White Person’ is a myth that perpetuates racism.
Educators want schools to open, but in classrooms or at home it will take effort and investment.
Make sure your vote counts by returning or mailing your ballot before Aug. 4
I am writing to support Everett School Disrtict’s capital improvement/construction bond. My current experience as as a realtor, and my long-time experience as a teacher… Continue reading
I wonder what the Lake Stevens police are waiting for? (“Police: Lake Stevens political sign thief assaults witness,” The Herald, July 11). The suspect, Gary… Continue reading
A Florida representative’s vulgur insult allowed Ocasio-Cortez to show why Republicans fear her.
Those who feared Obama’s thugs now are silent as anonymous federal agents tear-gas moms on the street.
As we reflect in the aftermath of last Thursday’s blaze at the Port of Everett waterfront, we wish to express our gratitude to the men… Continue reading
The Herald Editorial Board wraps up its primary endorsements for the state Legislature.
A proposal to leave undocumented immigrants uncounted has parallels to the battles over the 1920 census.