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A scientist says a county glacier has only decades before it disappears. Here’s why that should concern us.
The Trump administration’s policy forces a unfair choice on immigrants between aid and a future here.
Winemakers, software companies — and yes, Boeing — need the aid that the Export-Import Bank provides.
It will now be up to voters to boost the number of ballots returned, especially for primary elections.
The editorial board’s recommendations for primary races, including the Snohomish County Council.
Wilson leads an impressive field of eight candidates. Wright has a strong record on the council.
Among four strong candidates, council member Neil Tibbott would be an able successor to Dave Earling.
Among two strong slates of candidates, Jamyang Nhangkar and April Berg deserve election to the board.
It’s increasingly certain that vaping is exposing teens to addiction and other health problems.
Among strong slates in both districts, Rory Graves and Nancy Katims merit voters’ consideration.
Bruce Fingarson and David Simpson agree on most issues, but Fingarson has experience the port needs.
Surveys of drivers in a state pilot program showed increasing support for a road usage charge.
More testing would have been preferable, but the state’s new system needs to be ready for November.
Kennedy had faith we could reach the moon; we need the same confidence now to confront climate change.
Uniforms aren’t a good fit, according to some parents at one of of two Everett schools adopting them.
A suit by the state AG’s office has followed the Navy’s decision to walk away from discussions.
A new report estimates the costs of seawalls. They’re not a good fit for Puget Sound, but what is?
An advisory vote on a fireworks ban would give the council useful feedback as it considers a decision.
As candidates scramble to keep left of each other, Trump is benfiting from a strong economy.
If it helps visitors find us — and boosts our local economy — we’ll adjust to the new name.