The Herald of Everett, Washington
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  • I-594: Use money to fight real problem Oct. 30

  • Tragedy: Seeking help for all is healthy Oct. 30

  • Tragedy: Save preaching for the pulpit Oct. 30

  • Lynnwood: Tax hike will keep others out Oct. 30

  • 44th District: Moderate Hobbs works for the people Oct. 29

  • I-594: Database reveals true intent of law Oct. 29

  • Everett Council: Anderson puts public safety first Oct. 29

  • Everett Council: Anderson's anti-pot stance wrong Oct. 29

  • School shooting: Society needs Christian values Oct. 28

  • School shooting: Create a place for teens to go Oct. 28

  • Generosity: Gift of donation gives us all hope Oct. 28

  • Schools: Social outweighs crucial education Oct. 28

  • School shooting: Community comes together Oct. 28

  • Show of support: Football team earns many fans Oct. 28

  • Everett Council: Anderson guided by service values Oct. 27

  • The Herald: Lack of proofing more than puzzling Oct. 27

  • President Obama: No regrets for voting for him Oct. 27

  • Snohomish County: Eslick is better at management Oct. 27

  • Island County: Jury duty travel unreasonable Oct. 27

  • Abandoned property: Silver Lake dumps need to go Oct. 26

  • Everett Clinic: No mention of patients not accepted Oct. 26

  • DOT: Where is benefit to the people? Oct. 26

  • Congress: Patriotic Celis uniquely qualified Oct. 25

  • County Executive: We can't afford Lovick's decisions Oct. 25

  • 39th District: Jensen brings needed common sense Oct. 25

  • Everett Council: Anderson offers effective solutions Oct. 25

  • Everett City Council: Tuohy will listen, respond to residents Oct. 25

  • Snohomish County PUD: Costly projects, rates need change Oct. 25

  • The Herald: Crossword snafu again; get a clue Oct. 24

  • Husky Stadium: Longtime fans priced right out Oct. 24

  • Legislature: Mike Wilson is a man of integrity Oct. 24

  • Snohomish County: On verge of being taxed out of home Oct. 23

  • Seattle: Recognizable traits are back Oct. 23

  • Everett City Council: We need Touhy's business sense Oct. 23

  • Bothell: Vote yes for great park, city plan Oct. 22

  • Everett Council: Anderson really likes tax hikes Oct. 22

  • Arlington schools: We need new, efficient buses Oct. 22

  • Mike Wilson: Outcome doesn't justify the means Oct. 22

  • President Obama: Need supporters to get out, vote Oct. 21

  • Election: Don't re-elect the status quo Oct. 21

  • Global warming: People don't get the concepts Oct. 20

  • District Court: Leonard: Fair, smart, compassionate Oct. 20

  • Football: Ban ‘late hits' on quarterback Oct. 20

  • I-594: It protects those who sell guns Oct. 20

  • District Court: Myriad groups endorse Howard Oct. 20

  • Public lands: Protected areas are therapeutic Oct. 19

  • I-594: Monied interests behind campaign Oct. 19

  • Ebola response: The blame game solves nothing Oct. 19

  • President Obama: ‘Worst ever' claim lacks perspective Oct. 19

  • Island County: Hannold needed for fiscal sobriety Oct. 19

  • End of life care: Grateful thanks to Hospice, hospital staffs Oct. 18

  • Everett: Flowers, parks make great impression Oct. 18

  • Gun initiatives: Try to buy weapon at show today Oct. 18

  • District Court: Leonard's experience makes her clear choice Oct. 18

  • Everett: City priorities seem screwed up Oct. 17

  • Legal cannabis: Banning shops flouts voters' will Oct. 17

  • District Court: Nagle clearly the best choice Oct. 17

  • Stolen flowers: Cemetery theft lowest of the low Oct. 17

  • Everett City Council race: Anderson voted to raise taxes Oct. 16

  • Ebola response: Obama the worst president ever Oct. 16

  • I-594: It fixes omission in current law Oct. 16

  • Legislature race: Scott's votes an embarrassment Oct. 16

  • The Herald: Confusing news and opinion is troubling Oct. 15

  • Gun initiatives: Use truth to make arguments Oct. 15

  • Health: Stopping disease starts at local level Oct. 15

  • The Herald: Disagree, opine, but don't quit Oct. 15

  • The Herald: Covers all sides of the issues Oct. 14

  • Carnegie Library: Concerns about shelter proposal Oct. 14

  • Initiative 1351: Put students first, limit class size Oct. 13

  • Island County: Elect pragmatic, tireless Jacks Oct. 13

  • District Court: Howard qualified, opponent not Oct. 13

  • Election: Common Core must be considered Oct. 13

  • Election: Do very careful candidate research Oct. 13

  • The Herald: Shift to the left is wrong direction Oct. 13

  • Voter turnout: Democrats' jobs for life part of problem Oct. 12

  • Snohomish County: Courthouse concerns still unanswered Oct. 12

  • Sales tax: Distribution needs tweaking Oct. 12

  • Mike Hope: Absurd reasoning on repaying salary Oct. 12

  • Mount Vernon: Football team shows exceptional class Oct. 11

  • Edmonds: Arts center grateful for successful gala Oct. 11

  • Everett Philharmonic: So fortunate to have excellent orchestra Oct. 11

  • United States: Progressive ideals belong to us all Oct. 10

  • Everett District Court: Howard uniquely qualified for job Oct. 10

  • Society: Steps to move forward a good thing Oct. 9

  • Cancer care: Urge reps in D.C. to OK patient bills Oct. 9

  • Sports teams: Let's make them pay their taxes Oct. 8

  • Animals: Dogs require companionship Oct. 8

  • I-594: Misinformation just continues Oct. 8

  • Tidal project: PUD commission needs a shake-up Oct. 7

  • I-594: Poorly written initiative would entrap many Oct. 7

  • Ebola: Why countries need vaccines Oct. 6

  • I-594: We need smart laws, not nonsense Oct. 6

  • I-594: Rhetoric far cry from reality Oct. 6

  • Legislature: Can't dismiss teacher's work Oct. 6

  • Climate change: Why is science so easily dismissed? Oct. 5

  • I-594: It clearly allows for exemptions Oct. 5

  • Gun initiatives: They will only affect the law-abiding Oct. 5

  • Alibaba: It's not ‘stock' as we think of it Oct. 5

  • Washington: Remember to pray for people in Oso Oct. 4

  • Sky Valley: Thanks for helping students with supplies Oct. 4

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