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City officials claim a compassion for the homeless, but the conditions there are simple cruelty.
In response to Herald columnist Tom Burke’s recent commentaries (“A gun guy’s take on rights, response to shootings,” The Herald, Sept. 2 and 9): Burke’s… Continue reading
A plan to roll back vehicle standards is meant to help oil companies, not automakers or citizens.
It’s complicating care for the mentally ill and hampering solutions to limit mass shootings.
A county intern says despite the epidemic’s grim statistics, she sees hope in the local response.
Moody’s top rating reflects on the state’s fiscal controls and will aid investment in infrastructure.
Lying and stonewalling have worked for the president because the GOP has been cowed into complicity.
Because it’s really not hard to believe Trump would say something inappropriate to a foreign leader.
Regarding the letter to the editor (“County should end gun shows at Monroe fairgrounds,” The Herald, Sept. 10): First of all I’d like to point… Continue reading
It is my pleasure to wholeheartedly support John Steckler for the Mill Creek City Council, Position 1. His stellar qualifications and achievements are unmatched. John… Continue reading
Enough of your protests. Why would I save your planet if this is how you treat a member of Congress?
Trump’s claims are no more credible than Kim’s — and easily refutable — yet his supporters won’t question.
We graduated from Snohomish High School in 1942 and returned as invited guest for 2019’s opening pep rally. The students welcomed us with smiles. The… Continue reading
We have about 15 years before its reserves run dry and benefits are cut. There are options to fix it.
One of the constants from generation to generation seems to be that children seek status among their peer group and also seem to engage in… Continue reading