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"Come look at this," my wife said pointing to her computer. "It's your farm.""I don't have a farm," I said."Yes, you do," she said. "See.… Continue reading
When you pull up to Nancy Fernandes' house, you know it's going to be special. A collection of license plates decorate the garage wall. A sculpture made out of automobile hubcaps stands in the front yard. Road signs are here and there. But you haven't seen anything yet.
The King County Council used to be a partisan body. It appears it still is, despite the fact that voters several years ago mandated that… Continue reading
Have you purchased your $30 "Discover Pass" to visit state parks this year? Oops. Make that a $35 pass.
Some time back, my wife gave me a coffee mug that said “Bark Less, Wag More.” The meaning? Stop being such a grouch. Good advice for someone writing editorials.
Football is a tough sport. You win or you lose – nothing else matters.Not exactly, especially if you're Bellevue.The Wolverines won the state 3A title… Continue reading
Elections give us winners and losers. Here are some, in addition to the candidates and issues.
With Fourth of July just around the corner, it’s time to celebrate.
Tolls to cross Lake Washington could cost commuters $6.85 a round trip, be levied on both the I-90 and 520 bridges and change people’s decision to cross the bridge itself, according to a new study unveiled Wednesday in Bellevue.
A person recently arrived in Bellevue might look around and assume that what is here now always has been here.Hardly.It is due in large part… Continue reading
The state got a wake-up call recently when a King County Superior Court judge said that it is failing to fully fund public schools as… Continue reading
The furor over the national National Health Care Reform Act has got to stop. Next-to-nothing has been implemented yet and parts of the bill are being challenged by attorney generals from a number of states. Yet, things are getting out of hand.