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A state audit recommends more time for school lunches and moving recess before lunch, rather than after.
Park fee increases, advertising and selling land won’t do. Another funding model offers promise.
A resignation leaves the Federal Election Commission unable to do its work ahead of the 2020 race.
Snohomish PUD and the BPA are working to meet a mandate for electricity from all-renewable sources.
Online threats regarding the state’s wolf management plan limit the public’s voice in those decisions.
The metaphor fails, but the South American rainforest is vital to maintaining climate and biodiversity.
Replacing funding a federal agency has pulled will save money and assure better health for women.
Plans to reintroduce the bear to the North Cascades would return an important part of the ecosystem.
‘Faithless electors’ and the National Popular Vote seek an easier path than amending the Constitution.
The Kamiak club wants to end the stigma around menstruation and ease access to a basic necessity.
A scientist says a county glacier has only decades before it disappears. Here’s why that should concern us.
The Trump administration’s policy forces a unfair choice on immigrants between aid and a future here.
Winemakers, software companies — and yes, Boeing — need the aid that the Export-Import Bank provides.
It will now be up to voters to boost the number of ballots returned, especially for primary elections.
The editorial board’s recommendations for primary races, including the Snohomish County Council.
Wilson leads an impressive field of eight candidates. Wright has a strong record on the council.
Among four strong candidates, council member Neil Tibbott would be an able successor to Dave Earling.
Among two strong slates of candidates, Jamyang Nhangkar and April Berg deserve election to the board.
It’s increasingly certain that vaping is exposing teens to addiction and other health problems.
Among strong slates in both districts, Rory Graves and Nancy Katims merit voters’ consideration.