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By JOHN CARLSONFor the ReporterJudicial elections are different from all other elections in Washington State. First, if one of the candidates gets more than 50… Continue reading
By RICHARD HILDRETHFor the ReporterI have long believed that civic engagement needs to be at the heart of every community.Active, engaged citizens not only provide… Continue reading
One look at the dour door and Cat Eidsness curled her lower lip and shook her head as if to say, “It’s gotta go.”
The community lost a local drag racing pioneer, competitor, businessman and good friend in 67-year-old Bill Kost, who died last Sunday because of medical issues.
A sign in front of Auburn Java Junction on A Street Southeast and 7th Street Southeast offers a retort to the scantily-clad baristas who work… Continue reading
This is usually the time of year when columnists don’t write about politics because nothing is really going on. But not this year. Washington’s primary elections, which have been held the third week in September for generations, are now scheduled for the third Tuesday in August. And when you enter the voting booth, things will be different.
There’s no question that bicycles are popular around here.
Feeling the pinch of uncertain times, the Auburn Food Bank is running low on many goods.
When he was about 11 years old, my brother Dan walked in the door one day after school wearing a New York Yankees ball cap. “Where’d you get that?” I asked him enviously. But before he had even replied, I already knew what his answer would be. “I found it in the woods,” he said. Naturally. That’s where kids like us found everything.
God might love you and me, but his love for the Seattle Mariners is less certain.
While recorded history stretches pretty far back, it doesn’t go back far enough to tell us the name of the person who invented the yard sale.
Today, most family-wage jobs in Washington require some form of post-secondary education or training.
Money Magazine is out with its list of the best places to live in the United States. The financial magazine, part of the CNN, Time Warner corporate behemoth, may be best known for this annual summary.
I’m planning to write one of those self-help, motivational books one of these days. That is, if I can get up for it. I almost got around to it yesterday, but I got invited to a chili feed at the last moment.
In 1854, a cholera epidemic struck London, England. Thousands of people were dying and no one could determine the cause. Doctors were stumped as deathly ill adults and children filed into the overcrowded hospitals.
Barack Obama and “change.” The two are inextricably linked. In his remarkably successful run for the Democratic nomination for President, regardless of where he campaigns, the senator constantly, ceaselessly promises change. And he’s already delivered, but it’s probably not the “change” his supporters wanted.
Can you spot the sentence that is not contained within our nation’s Declaration of Independence?
The Washington State Problem Gambling Web site, www.notagame.org, highlights the seriousness of youth gambling. On the average, it says problem gamblers began gambling at about 10 years of age. It also notes that kids who gamble are twice as likely to use illegal drugs, three times more likely to drink alcohol and to be in a gang fight, and four times more likely to smoke cigarettes and to get in trouble with police.