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Voters have a choice this Valentine’s Day – and it’s not just whether to buy flowers or chocolates
I was invited to write an op-ed about the Maple Valley parks bond vote taking place on Feb. 14
Your parks ballot for has arrived- please join me and vote YES for parks in Maple Valley
During the late 1940s and 1950s, Americans feared nuclear war
A bipartisan alliance of lawmakers wants to rewrite one of the state’s vaunted political commandments
I am still recovering from a combined attack of pneumonia and influenza
Gag on, gag off. Gag on, gag off.
President Trump is in the midst of seeking to fulfill his campaign promises as quickly as possible.
Saturday mornings at Lake Wilderness Park are lovely and crowded from spring through the end of fall
In his first week, President Donald Trump is effecting quite a bit of change
Last year the City of Maple Valley had a bond measure on the ballot
I want to share with our community a decision to endorse the Maple Valley parks and recreation bond
As many as 54 Democratic House members are saying they’ll skip the ceremonial passing-of-the-nuclear codes
How important is trust to you?
Eagles, Pythians, Bell Angels and Fire District 44 Union 3186 adopt families to make a huge difference
November and December 2016 found many families in peril
On behalf of Maple Valley City Council, I extend our appreciation to Councilor Linda Johnson
There are only 90-plus days remaining in the regular session
The Supreme Court is not the only branch with the power to interpret the Constitution
The bad apple spoils the bunch
Some people search for their purpose in life for a long time.…
CEO Ray Conner recently announced his decision to retire at the end of next year
What do dogs and cats tell us about ourselves?
Public libraries play an integral part in meeting the needs of communities today
Contentious investigation into the practices of Planned Parenthood quietly concluded last week
This wasn’t a very good year for many of the nation’s venerable pollsters and pundits as they got trumped by fake news and fiery tweets.
I put off pleasure in the present because I hoped to enjoy it in the indefinite future
Trump makes people uncomfortable. It’s what he does best, in fact.
A fierce fight is under way for the top leadership post of the Washington state Democratic Party.
Recently Yarrow Bay/Oak Pointe spent money on a favor for the Mayor to file a lawsuit against the city of Black Diamond, which she was glad about. Since when does a mayor welcome a lawsuit against her own city?
Have you noticed that since the Nov. 8 election, we have experienced suddenly shifting paradigms?
I am reminded how precious are the lives of each young person and each family we serve.
This week I decided to go to a local coffee shop and give the establishment money to buy coffee for any police officers who might show up that day.
Well, the results are in and much to many people’s surprise, Donald…
The holidays are here, even if we are not ready for them. A familiar sight will be the Salvation Army bell ringers at various locations around our community.
There will be some who will criticize and/or be annoyed by these views because they are worn out by the politics. They will say that it is too divisive to put political views out there.
I did not vote for President-elect Donald Trump.
I think the post-election analysis is very telling: apparently the “Silent Majority” in America had finally had enough and Trump (granted not the best solution) managed to get them riled up enough to stand up and start to roar.