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Wed, 03/08/06

Next Tuesday, voters in the Highline School District should approve a $148 million bond measure to keep the momentum going on the district's replacement of aging school buildings.

If approved, the bond will fund the construction of four…MORE

Wed, 03/08/06

Next Tuesday, voters in the Highline School District should keep the momentum going on the district's replacement of aging school buildings by approving a $148 million bond measure.

The bond would fund the construction of four elementaries…MORE

Wed, 03/01/06

Despite a lot of negative press, the Medicare Part D Prescription drug plan is helping many seniors who need assistance paying for their medications. Of course, the plan can't help you until you've done your homework. The first step for…MORE

Wed, 03/01/06

My neighbor's dog died the other day. The cyclone fence between our homes didn't insulate me from the loss as much as I would've liked.

The first day I met Prince was the only day I didn't like him. I was considering renting this house,…MORE

Wed, 03/01/06

Hanging in the balance at the end of the Washington Legislature's session and some rather muddled objections, the approval of a news reporter's shield law is iffy.

Why does a reporter from newspapers, television, radio and a host of other…MORE

Wed, 02/22/06

A wise man once suggested that we do an editorial that inserted after ever other word a snarl to note yet another big, smashing bump in the roads of West Seattle. We thought the idea over, but rejected it as being a boring repetition.

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Wed, 02/22/06

Supporters of the newly filed Energy Independence Initiative say their measure protects electricity consumers from volatile fuel prices, boosts the state's green energy economy and decreases dependence on foreign oil, but is their real goal to…MORE

Wed, 02/15/06

Mary K. Fleck

In the legal profession, we often hear concerns over care in nursing homes. Nursing homes do wonderful things for our loved ones. Nursing homes offer the expertise and care needed when the time comes that seniors cannot live…MORE

Wed, 02/15/06

The city is proposing to double the width of the Spokane Street Viaduct and make other improvements in the West Seattle link to Interstate 5, downtown and points north and east.

So why aren't we cheering and slapping the backs of our city…MORE

Wed, 02/15/06

I'm so proud of the Seahawks that I've forgiven Howard Schultz for threatening to leave Seattle with the Sonics. Before, I was mad at HoSchu for putting a gun to my head like that, but after the Seahawks season of glory, I've changed my tune.

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