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Say what you want about the departure this week of University of Washington Husky football coach Steve Sarkisian.
SPOKANE— The headline on a recent column was, “Play fair on Obamacare.” It’s naïve to think that will happen, but the dishonesty is still appalling.
Now that December has arrived, the real holiday season has begun. That means all decorating, music or shopping that occurred before Dec. 1 does not count, at least not as holiday decorating, music or shopping.
When the Washington Aerospace Partnership, a local booster group, tried to woo Boeing recently with a full-page ad, it got widely mocked because the ad mistakenly featured a plane from the hated Airbus.
There was a revealing moment after the resounding “no” vote from Boeing’s Machinists, when Gov. Jay Inslee was asked if he respected the decision they’d made.
The Christmas season is soon to be upon us. With that comes gift giving for our children.
The Miami Dolphins could take a lesson from the Whitman Missionaries on how to deal with heated issues, in Whitman’s case a cyberbullying incident involving race and ethnicity.
Detractors of dogs — sadly, they do exist — claim that canines aren’t fond of their owners; they just fake it so we’ll feed them. What cynics.
Present and future passengers of Boeing’s commercial jetliners should take comfort knowing that if the company is half as good at building planes as it is at playing politicians they are very safe.
As I travel the Congressional district during the time the Affordable Care Act is being rolled out, I hear a consistent concern: More people are being hurt than helped.