H.R. 1 and H.R. 4 are vital to voting rights and democracy. The filibuster shouldn’t prevent a vote.
Without evidence of fraud, it’s those alleging irregularities who are a threat to election integrity.
Officials must take more care in how they argue their points about the measures used to fight covid.
In 1975, Gov. Evans invited Vietnamese refugees to the state. Afghan refugees now need similar help.
A mask requirement is the right call, as is a vaccine mandate for state workers. Teachers should be next.
The report and the Dr. Seuss classic offer a dire warning — and hope — for responding to climate change.
Under the Volunteers of America, Everett’s Carl Gipson Senior Center can resume its vital services.
State lawmakers’ reforms created a daunting to-do list for police; work remains to make the goals real.
The vaccines are safe, effective and our best hope to keep kids in schools, learning and healthy.
The delta variant spreads even among whose who are vaccinated, meaning a return to masking indoors.
The Herald Editorial Board makes the following endorsements for primary races in the county.
Both have the experience and commitment to solutions needed on housing and other city issues.
Perspective and focus offer the contrast among three strong candidates for the council’s Postion 1.
Marysville voters should move two fathers on to November. Everett’s Mitchell deserves reelection.
In a field of strong candidates, both have experience to help a newly formed council begin its work.
A growing and vibrant community can add to the city council’s experience, knowledge and diversity.
Of three closely matched candidates, Frizzell is the best choice to succeed the current mayor.
The District 1 council member has led constructive efforts and sought out bipartisan consensus.
Cost increases mean a delay past 2036 but closer financial tabs could help Sound Transit speed arrival.
A deal among Congress and Biden still must make bold investments for our economy, jobs and climate.