I’m not the brightest bulb in the box, but even I see this upcoming hospital district election becoming contentious. I’m going to suggest we focus on the issues and ask each candidate to answer the following questions...
With their support, 20 children in 1st-5th grades have been meeting three days a week with two staff members and one high school student. The students enjoy a snack, stretch their legs on the playground, and then gather to complete homework.
We are a local, non-partisan, volunteer organization whose mission is to inform and to educate the local community about the civil liberties enshrined in the United States Constitution and the state of Washington Constitution, the civil rights provided by the laws of the United States and the state of Washington, and to advocate and to act for their protection, preservation and observance.
Surely, the Navy does not want to dominate and subjugate its own citizens or be considered a public nuisance.
We are frustrated that Washington continues to rank close to the bottom in our country in the most revealing measures used to rank schools: we rank 40th in per-pupil funding, 47th in class size, and 42nd in teacher compensation.
Above all, this levy means more than funding. This levy means we can continue working for a healthy, vibrant, and active community for all.
Usually, I rave. Today, I rant… my first. If broadband is supposed to work, we need capable, responsible, accountable humans making it possible.
Islam's initiation tradition, requiring a partner for God while the Quran is condemning the same, proves the religion to be schizophrenic. A person that is only believing in and honoring God, without Muhammad as God’s partner, is labeled an infidel and becomes the target of Islamic terrorists.
In recognition of Cinco de Mayo, I’m taking the opportunity to thank so many families in the local Latino community for trusting me with the care of their children over the past decade.
This week we celebrate National Teacher Appreciation Week May 4-8. Our community is exceptionally lucky to have inspiring educators giving our students their best.
More "MORE" is a win-win for residents and the Co-op. Solar’s peak production season, for example, coincides with peak demands during summer’s influx of visitors when reducing OPALCO's peak loads reduces BPA's peak pricing.
Thanks to everyone who attended and supported our 9th annual “Greeting Ceremony” fundraiser. Because of you, we raised just over $18,000 to further The Whale Museum’s mission of promoting stewardship of whales and the Salish Sea ecosystem through education and research.