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As a youth in my late teens, I joined a strict religious cult and spent seven years of my life deeply involved in it. The… Continue reading
The first Tuesday in November is Election Day—a consequential day for our democracy when citizens have a voice in determining the outcome of issues that… Continue reading
I have been following the race for the 5th Legislative District since before the primaries and noticed the ad placed by Chad Magendanz in the… Continue reading
The book gave me a deeper understanding of President Trump and his unique style of leadership.
Sen. Joe Fain has been and continues to be an active member of our community. During his tenure, he has worked tirelessly to address the… Continue reading
The Black Diamond Community Center’s 27th annual fundraising Dinner Auction, held Oct. 6, was a great success. All money made from this event, almost $37,000… Continue reading
Writing the next state budget is going to be a taxing experience. Figuratively and actually. That’s the distinct impression Gov. Jay Inslee left in a… Continue reading
Misleadingly titled the “Carbon Emissions Fee Measure,” Initiative 1631 will actually eventually cost taxpayers in Washington state nearly $1,000 extra per year. According to the… Continue reading
Our president said it’s a very scary time to be a man in America right now. Boy, I’m glad he told us — I wouldn’t… Continue reading
Politicians can only hope they have made the right choices and that their constituents vote them in/back into office.
Are the 147 members of the Legislature in line for a raise? Should the salaries of judges in Washington be on par with the pay… Continue reading
A recent letter writer expressed surprise that a Democratic PAC is spending money locally to oppose Dino Rossi (the letter titled “Democratic PAC spreading false… Continue reading
In the interest of fair play (and equal time) it is time to stand up and repudiate “Dr.” Kim Schrier and the powerful out-of-state PAC… Continue reading
Even non-partisan city council races feel the heat.
We all know that roads in Covington are not in the best shape. With the rapid growth we’ve been seeing and what is still to… Continue reading
The Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) is one of America’s most successful conservation programs. Established in 1964, LWCF supported the protection of millions of… Continue reading
It is fall and a busy time for teachers, students and parents. It is also a great time to remind residents that King County Library… Continue reading
Republicans may find votes in making the election a referendum of the Democratic governor’s agenda.
Well done, city crews, on street flooding Thanks to the city of Covington for fixing the street flooding on Wax Road. Thanks to the manager… Continue reading
The partisan political divide is growing as the November midterm elections approach. Emotions are on edge. Democrats are hoping for a big blue wave of… Continue reading