July 30, 2020
at 3:00 pm
Our state should honor the hard work of our students, families, teachers, faculty and staff who, under difficult circumstances, have persisted in advancing postsecondary education...
June 5, 2020
at 3:35 pm
The pent-up anger in the Black community is no longer restrained, particularly when hopelessness prevails.
September 25, 2019
at 1:50 pm
This is not business or politics as usual; it’s the collaborative effort that we cannot do without.
March 26, 2019
at 2:49 pm
We mine for future students in community colleges because those students often have overcome obstacles and demonstrate the kind of public-service DNA we’re looking for.
July 12, 2016
at 5:30 pm
Has being stopped by a police officer for no violation made me angry? Yes, it has.
March 31, 2013
at 3:59 pm
YOU might call it the power of the people. Washington voters in 2006 approved the state’s clean-energy law, Initiative 937, setting new standards for energy...
October 6, 2012
at 4:00 pm
THE health-care-reform debate has been conveniently reduced to whether we can we afford its costs. The price of care is important. However, this debate ignores...
February 17, 2012
at 3:38 pm
Heed science and chart a new course in cleaning up Puget Sound: Urban stormwater runoff, rather than sewer overflows, is the big problem, says Ron...
April 29, 2009
at 4:37 pm
In 2005, King County, with some controversy, increased its efforts to prepare for the possibility of pandemic flu, writes Executive Ron Sims. The work the...
November 29, 2008
at 12:00 am
The city of Issaquah's efforts to preserve 140 acres as permanent open space and parkland, including the Park Pointe area on Tiger Mountain, is a...