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On Mondays, you’ll likely find me sitting in the back row of a council chambers, listening to a city council discuss local politics. I listen… Continue reading
We humans often find it difficult to face reality. Many of us have created adaptive ways to avoid what is uncomfortable. Eventually, the power of… Continue reading
Frank Shiers, Jr.’s editorial comic, week of June 16, 2017.
Teachers are gravely concerned that what is getting hammered out behind closed doors in the legislature will seek to amply fund the public school system,… Continue reading
The answer to my problem was hidden in plain sight.
Spring has finally arrived in the Northwest, and that means graduations are just around the corner. This year, the Kent School District will see more… Continue reading
Editor’s note: Bailey Jo Josie interned at the Courier-Herald for several months as part of her graduation requirement at Western Washington University. At the beginning… Continue reading
“What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.”
The process of shutting down state government is under way, again.
Washington state’s largest environmental, wildlife and natural resources agencies recognized large forest landowners
“It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you’ll do things differently.” —Warren Buffet
It’s pretty clear those running Sound Transit aren’t seizing the initiative to ease the financial pain caused by a surge in its car tab fees
By Jerry Cornfield It’s pretty clear those running Sound Transit aren’t seizing the initiative to ease the financial pain caused by a surge in its… Continue reading
I was honored to address the YMCA Youth Legislature at their opening night session
The political climate we are all facing is intense to say the least
“America needs more welders and fewer philosophers,” proclaimed Florida Sen. Marco Rubio
The annual mail carriers food drive was a successful day at the Covington Post Office on May 13th
The month of May brings sunshine and plants begin showing off their beautiful blooms
Donald Trump and the Republicans did it
The first not-so-special session reached the end of its third week at the Capitol
Thousands of pounds of food came in during March and April from St. Barbara Parish for our food bank