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Yet another study by yet another team of researchers has discovered what most of us already know (but some choose to deny).
SEATTLE — At first Andy Denzel felt a little thrill of the chase. Like some private eye, he was solving the crime that had been committed against him. All the police would have to do is show up.
OLYMPIA — Gov. Jay Inslee’s press secretary characterized the lack of information about a state government shutdown that might happen July 1 like this:
After news broke that a genetically engineered strain of wheat had been found in Oregon, a reporter asked me if this was the wheat industry’s equivalent of mad-cow disease.
The Grandmothers Roundtable has had many successful forums over the years. The primary reason for each forum was to educate and raise awareness so the community could move forward to address local concerns.
OLYMPIA — For some members of the Washington state Senate’s Majority Coalition Caucus, 2003 remains their favorite year.
It’s baffling to us here in the U.S. why the French are letting on-the-lam Seattle developer Michael Mastro — who is also linked to the failed development of Walla Walla’s Blue Mounain Mall — get away with it.
OLYMPIA — As I was walking out of the House of Representatives chamber last week, a social services lobbyist stopped me to compliment me on something I’d written.
Our nonpartisan group endeavors to coordinate the efforts of organizations that promote the improvement of social conditions for Latinos.
The Washington state Legislature engages in a delusional false economy when it scrimps on money for early-learning programs.