Winners and losers: Commies with errant missles, hookers getting close to the White House, fears of a nuclear test. And all of it while Seattle celebrates a 50-year-old event. Is this the Mad Men, Part Deux?READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
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- Memo to Steve Ballmer: Lakeside School is not the Clippers
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- Primary tallies spell trouble for Democrats
- Seattle City Light's little nuclear share
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- Bertha: Wasting money while the Viaduct risks grow? (28)
- Seattle City Light's little nuclear share (17)
- New city transportation head: Can he match the city's goals with its resources? (33)
- Primary tallies spell trouble for Democrats (19)
- Mr. Monorail: No there there on new elevated plan (13)
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- Seattle's dizzying change? Get used to it (23)
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- Memo to Steve Ballmer: Lakeside School is not the Clippers (5)
Perhaps looking out for themselves and their own future, the Mariners send a strongly worded letter to city and county leaders telling them to go somewhere else with the new arena.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Women serving in public office in Washington have been as "consistent as rain," from the first female governor, elbow-throwing Dixy Lee Ray, to current legislators such as the irascible Democratic state Sen. Mary Margaret Haugen, who panders to nobody.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Amazing resilience may not be the only thing Gingrich and the eponymous amphibians have in common. Just ask Bob Dole and Phil Gramm.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Labor unions have worked with Occupy Seattle in a number of ways, but leaders oppose shutting down a source of solid jobs.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Former Mayor Greg Nickels remembers a predecessor about whom he knew little initially.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Activists cheered the prospect of Washington's first majority-minority congressional district. Then they noticed what redistricting would do to South Seattle's legislative delegation.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
A new book immerses itself in the case. Enough so that the author begins to look over his shoulder for conspirators, and manages to do that without losing the reader.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Killing higher education and the economic future of Washington state; heavy regulation; money flow is unequal in Snohomish County race; there goes another dam; and President Obama's forgetfulness in Seattle.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Political shootout in north Sound county executive's race; Alaska looks at survival in post-oil era; Boeing and Microsoft's tax breaks; and is rationed care coming to the ER?READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Seattle's current Japanese-American civic leaders remember their roots as teenage farm workers, living in a city bordered by berries, not burbs. If only today's jobless teenagers were so lucky.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Seattle's weather doesn't follow the patterns of other U.S. cities. Even in the early summer. Is this a surprise to some of you?READ MORE 10 COMMENTS
A new organization, led by an experienced city leader, hopes to bring about comprehensive change in education of struggling students. The keys are aligned agendas and funding, as well as a data-driven focus on going to college.READ MORE 22 COMMENTS
Gather 150,000 into a public place. Let many of them get drunk. Have maybe 300 cops on hand. The result was predictable mayhem, followed by an orgy of blame-shifting.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
A bill in the legislature could signal that lawmakers are backing away from dealing with the part-timers' longstanding concerns about low pay.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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