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Even with the postage paid, thousands of Washington voters didn’t get their ballots in on time for the August primary. Collectively, auditors rejected 17,167 ballots… Continue reading
Republicans have to worry about Trump. Meanwhile, big money is flowing into initiative campaigns.
With a little help from the “Three Rs,” we can reduce the environmental impact of back-to-school shopping.
Senior editor Samantha Pak reflects on what representation in media means to her.
Journalists are being tossed into the anti-media waters being chummed by President Trump and others.
Since 1913, the Valley Record has been one of the threads that bind this Valley together.
Let’s not forget that July 4 is a day that celebrates the freedoms we have in this country.
The theme this year, Libraries Rock, includes a line‐up of programs and activities for all.
Washington also is considering becoming more significant by moving its primary to early March.
Waste Management Recycle Corps working with local businesses, residents this summer.
The competitive nature of the initiative and referendum season now peaking in Washington.
What we do know is that he’s off to Iowa in June to deliver the keynote address at a party fundraiser.
Spring is the time of year when many of us focus on growth and renewal, reinvigorated to cultivate our interests or explore new ones. Last… Continue reading
For Washington to be a true climate leader, PSE needs to get out of the coal business.
Eastside journalist moves on after six years in field.
The conservative activist’s self-financing claim points to a lack of deep-pocketed donors.
The Snoqualmie Valley Record will be moving back to a paid newspaper effective July 1.
In Puget Sound, 1988 had a green significance.
U.S. tariffs on Canadian paper have surged costs for newspapers with little benefit for U.S. mills.
Leveraging the heightened awareness sparked by the #metoo movement.