Mukilteo voters should return Gregerson as mayor. Redmon should be promoted from the council.
In her first term, she made difficult cuts but kept essential services going during the pandemic.
With five seats on the ballot, and at least three new members, voter participation is key.
Your vote in the Nov. 2 election will determine who represents your voice regarding local issues.
The incumbents for Districts 1, 4 and 5 have worked together effectively for county residents.
The Edmonds City Council can benefit from the election of two new-comers and an incumbent.
Her proposed budget outlines investments, but residents will need to consider two major decisions.
As with other Indian boarding schools in the U.S., a local school left an equally disturbing legacy.
EvCC canceled students’ debt, showing what free community college can deliver to students and employers.
Voters will choose between two strong candidates for Everett’s port board, each with years of service.
The significant investments now considered by Congress are our best chance to limit climate change.
The state’s redistricting commission is drawing lines for legislative and congressional districts.
Both face knowledgable challengers but have proved their abilities by helping the city move forward.
We know you’re frustrated with mandates and advice, but consider our frustrations and, yes, our anger.
On 9/11’s 20th anniversary, we can set aside our debates to honor the day’s heroes and those who died.
Covid’s economic impacts have shaved a year from when funds run out. Benefits could be cut by 2033.
Washington AG Bob Ferguson is correct to appeal the Sackler family’s bankruptcy settlement.
Housing Hope’s latest development will house 60 county families. Hundreds more are waiting.
Protesters’ verbal abuse and disruption of a Marysville School Board meeting should not be tolerated.
Helping resettle Afghan families honors the word of the U.S. and our state’s moral traditions.