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Amtrak’s return to daily service in Everett shows what can follow for transportation and more.
The governor’s desire for due speed on climate issues is laudable; his executive overreach is not.
The Boys Girls Clubs of Snohomish County have served the needs of kids and families for 75 years.
With one vaccine now approved for kids 12 and older, parents shouldn’t wait for a school requirement.
The state and Sound Transit have work to do to benefit from Biden’s infrastructure investments.
For Mother’s Day, how about backing proposals for equal pay, child care and family tax credits?
Rep. John Lovick saw no justice in Chauvin’s verdict alone, but hopes for a path in lawmakers’ work.
Republican lawmakers in Olympia can appreciate the position of Apollo 11’s Michael Collins.
A multi-partner program is removing barriers that keep children out of school and caught in poverty.
An authority on election integrity, Washington’s secretary of state sees red flags in a rogue recount.
Plans for graduation ceremonies, summer school and the fall depend on our response to the pandemic.
There is no alternative to climate action in which we pay nothing. We are already paying.
The complex mix of bills can accomplish too much to surrender to opposition to taxes and costs.
Combining two bills will aid the sales of electric vehicles and ensure ample charging stations.
Used to persuade rather than exclude, the passports could increase access to businesses and venues.
A court decision allows for a more effective and affordable solution to substance use disorder.
House and Senate proposals are substantial and needed, but final talks should secure an EvCC project.
Everett’s Sorticulture, July 4th and other events are on the calendar, but infections need better control.
With the possibility growing for infrastructure funding, we need to know where service is weakest.
Even those who are fully vaccinated should be wearing masks around those yet to get the vaccine.