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Apologies, love letters and raises for everybody.
If the Endangered Species Act is gutted, we will lose an ecosystem that benefits us all.
Tiny incision, toy-like instruments, fine sutures at the end. It goes perfectly. Until it doesn’t.
In video interviews, the Herald opinion editor questions proponents and opponents.
Regarding two recent letters to the editor (“Apply standard for allegations evenly,” The Herald, Sept. 25; “There was enough in Lovick documents for investigation,” The… Continue reading
Lovick is an effective and respected lawmaker. Mead has a realistic take on transportation funding.
His limited success with North Korea, Canada and Mexico is no guarantee he’ll sway Iran’s leaders.
So says Trump’s EPA, which wants to ease standards for carcinogens on the theory they’re good for us.
She was a sympathetic witness, but her allegations against Kavanaugh have not survived scrutiny.
Several mobile and manufactured home parks have had substantial rent increases this year and notices have just gone out for another huge increase for next… Continue reading
Logan is an advocate for PUD energy projects. Wolfe will push for efficiency and transparency.
In a letter to the editor in the Sept. 28 Herald (“New PUD board should have say on new GM’s contract”) the writer does not… Continue reading
Fellow students — and police reports — challenge Kavanaugh’s attempts to paint himself as a bookworm.
Many of the young-and-stupid from my youth later grew up to become high-achieving men and women.
Gulping water like a cornered rat, Brett Kavanaugh yelled that the Judiciary Committee hearing on Christine Blasey Ford’s sexual assault allegation against him was “a… Continue reading