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Valued in Olympia Pratt in Dist. 1 | Letters
Apr 02 2013, 11:56 AM
Lovel Pratt is a strong and effective advocate for your ferries, your environment, and maintaining state funding for essential county delivered programs and services.
Resistance grows due to heavy-hand of CAO | Guest Column
Apr 05 2013, 5:59 PM
Why are the ranks of the 'Rural Resistance' continuing to grow? Because the lies got bigger and more obvious.
Marysville assistant principal picked to lead FH elementary
Apr 05 2013, 5:30 PM
Dianne Ball has been an assistant principal in the Marysville school district for nine years, spent one year as an administrator intern in Lakewood, Wash., and was a classroom teacher for 19 years in the Conway school district. She begins her tenure as principal of Friday Harbor Elementary School July 1.
Telling questions not asked at council 'Conversations' | Letters
Apr 05 2013, 8:08 PM
Are we trying to improve governance or only working for a leg up?
'Feathers' earns local author coveted Burroughs award
Apr 05 2013, 7:56 PM
It's a special blend of scientific accuracy, first-hand fieldwork and excellence in natural history writing that the John Burroughs' judges look for in the winner. Turns out 'Feathers' fits the bill.
Court rejects request to halt April 23 council elections
Apr 05 2013, 8:16 PM
On the central issue of "one-man, one-vote", a state Supreme Court commissioner reiterated the trial court decision that a countywide vote did not violate any constitutional principles, whether or not the population of the "residency districts" from which candidates are selected are of unequal size.
Creative, tireless; Stephens in Dist. 3 | Letters
Apr 02 2013, 11:53 AM
Due to the many changes with the council, we need an experienced and proven leader who brings dedication and integrity to the council.
Unfailingly adept; Byers in Dist. 2 | Letters
Apr 02 2013, 11:48 AM
Lisa’s skills will allow our County Council to go forward functioning effectively.
The Journal endorses... | Editorial
Apr 08 2013, 6:46 PM
The three candidates elected to the council on April 23 will have expanded duties, executive as well as legislative, and earn nearly twice as much as their predecessors.
Hurdle cleared in barcode case
Apr 08 2013, 8:36 PM
The seven-year battle over barcodes and San Juan County's use of its ballot-tracking software is headed to the next stage of litigation on the heels of a ruling by Superior Court Judge Don Eaton.