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The pandemic has cut revenue, but the crisis presents an economic opportunity to make a complete Link.
Even though buildings remain closed, both library systems are working to offer a range of services.
Women’s right to vote was recognized 100 years ago; we need to use the ballots women fought for.
Wearing masks and social distancing are moving the needle on Covid infections. But we’re not there yet.
Making tough choices on cuts and revenue can’t wait until next year and hopes for better news.
The federal grant is flexible enough to give the city the option to hire officers as it is able.
A food drive is scheduled for Thursday at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds parking lot.
The Census Bureau has been told to cut its work short, making your response even more important.
Recent cost-cutting measures have slowed delivery in the weeks before the November election.
Seattle news outlets have been ordered to turn over photos and video to police; it’s a dangerous move.
If we are to avoid the extinction of salmon runs and orcas, talks regarding the dams should continue.
The county health district no longer provides the list to The Herald; but it’s misinterpreting the law.
Bipartisan legislation in the U.S. House would offer tax credits to advertisers and subscribers.
Concrete steps — by Congress and ourselves — are necessary to protect our health and the economy.
The Herald Editorial Board wraps up its primary endorsements for the state Legislature.
Both incumbents have worked to pass legislation helpful to those in their district and the state.
The Herald endorses: Sid Logan has the experience needed to balance ratepayers’ diverse concerns.
The Herald endorses: Following appointments, both have the experience to serve constituents well.
Everett is seeking upgrades at nearly all schools. Levies are sought in Darrington and Lakewood.
Appointed in April, Mead has shown leadership and the ability to work with the rest of the council.