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Recognizing the sacrifices of our unsung essential workforce.
As the COVID-19 outbreak continues, it is important for us to be there for others in our communities.
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
Library will host short film festival on March 20.
A way to keep us healthy A problem has occurred recently that I would like to address. On Feb. 28, there was a person who… Continue reading
We need the governor here to know we’re a priority, not in Olympia or on cable news channels.
As coronavirus has led to xenophobia and racism against Asians, we should all stop and think before acting on our biases.
With revenues rising, budget writers are going to get lots of requests on how to spend it
Clarence Moriwaki shares how we can stand up for each other and not have history repeat itself.
But lawmakers and transit agency leaders are still far apart on how to cut the cost of those tabs.
A column from the King County Library System.
On Feb. 3, the Kenmore City Council had a special meeting regarding the St. Edward ball field project. More than 100 local families and children… Continue reading
Racism is still an issue in this country. How can we have constructive conversations to move forward and heal?
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
Majority Democrats realize contentious representative is staying
The governor is trying again, with basically the same bill, confident of achieving a different result.
Local clergy from Eastside United Methodist Churches weigh in on the church’s future regarding LGBTQ+ inclusion.
A 60-day session begins Monday. They’ll tackle car tabs, homelessness and whether to expel Matt Shea.
It will be a busy year as voters decide the fate of school bonds and help choose the next president.
Washington Supreme Court upholds that state legislators are subject to the Public Records Act.