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How we can use the quarantine to reflect on necessary social changes
By Patrick Grubb, Washington Newspaper Publishers Association Governor Jay Inslee has been forceful in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic because our state is the nation’s hotbed… Continue reading
Reader worries about the county’s reach Dear editor, The article regarding King County’s acquisition of the EconoLodge in Kent (published online on March 6) raises… Continue reading
There are four major decisions lawmakers are tackling before the end of this legislative session.
At the Institute for Systems Biology (ISB), headquartered in Seattle’s South Lake Union Innovation Hub, we believe every student deserves a high-quality STEM education, regardless… Continue reading
We have heard it a million times — a good education is the best way to break the cycle of poverty. Education has remained a… Continue reading
Tommy the turtle — a childhood friend Dear editor, “Tommy the Turtle” was indeed designed and sculpted by my father, Milton Hebald. It was a… Continue reading
With a third of the legislative session nearly gone, lawmakers are starting to focus on matters of most importance. Exactly what are those? With 1,341… Continue reading
Most of us believe what we want to believe. Our natural tendency is to shy away from views that challenge our own. This is called… Continue reading
Voting can bring us together Dear editor, In response to Jerry Cornfield’s editorial “Of ballot errors and boxes” published Jan. 17, 2020. Prior to our… Continue reading
Majority Democrats realize contentious representative is staying
Let’s just get down to brass tacks — Patriot Front is a vile organization. Maybe you’re not familiar with the group. Remember the 2017 “Unite… Continue reading
Before turning the page on the November election, here are a few questions to ponder.
Washington Supreme Court upholds that state legislators are subject to the Public Records Act.
I’m astounded and appalled that members of both parties in Congress were weighing whether to vote for impeachment and removal from office of President Trump,… Continue reading
SNAP and other welfare benefits help working, low-income families while boosting the economy
As a historic vote looms in the House, attitudes of the public are pretty hardened on this subject.
We knew it would happen. It’s a wonder it took this long. Tim Eyman, the initiative impresario, political provocateur and human heartburn for a generation,… Continue reading