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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.
The past experience and effectiveness of both lawmakers warrants their reelections.
Rather than bully schools into reopening, the president should secure funding to protect students.
The Herald endorses: Suzanne Woodard and Dave Paul for the ‘purple’ multi-county legislative district.
The decisions regarding whom we honor in our public squares require deliberation and consensus.
The AquaSox season is canceled. But if we don’t get a grip on COVID, we risk losing much more.
The department’s response to an on-camera arrest shows the value of its recent reforms in policing.
Summer camp is back, with some changes and a new program to help kids cope with the pandemic.
With a resurgence threatening, we need to take greater responsibility to keep the virus in check.