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Welcome to our national parks, home to non-native elk and mountain goat, invasive plants, stocked rivers and lakes, spraying programs for plague, and yearly genetic tests for buffalo. It can take a lot of work to keep parks "natural."READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
A state income tax, higher Seattle parking rates, private waterfront development: budget woes can turn bad ideas into timely ones.READ MORE 20 COMMENTS
Seven questions about Seattle's transportation obsession — the one that has Mayor McGinn and the city council fighting furiously over a signature on a piece of paper.READ MORE 19 COMMENTS
There's unusual freedom here to explore the Northwest's life, and there's a community of readers engaged in uncommonly civil discussions.READ MORE 10 COMMENTS
We live in a beautiful place surrounded by gorgeous parks, but our wilderness, including national parks, are mostly accessible only by car. Can we fix this?READ MORE 23 COMMENTS
The 50th anniversary of the Seattle World's Fair could shape up to be an entertaining, even important, brainstorming session about the city's future. So let's not be shy about asking for ideas from the rest of the world.READ MORE 10 COMMENTS
Media often imply Baby Boomers are the source of all problems. They're resented in America, feared in Canada, and are better off fleeing to Mexico. It's time they retired and let a new generation be the demographic pinata.READ MORE 20 COMMENTS
From Walla Walla to the Little Big Horn, America is fascinated with its massacre sites, which offer some perspective on 9-11.READ MORE 9 COMMENTS
Who's a kid to root for in Seattle these days? And please don't say the Lingerie League.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
A new-generation airship is visiting Puget Sound, a reminder of the pleasures and Northwest history of traveling by dirigible.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
But Seattle's mayor shares some of the same ideas as former (and perhaps future) California Gov. Jerry Brown: he's green, progressive, and believes government has to be realistic in an era of limits.READ MORE 12 COMMENTS
"Seattle Times" columnist Danny Westneat is right about the benefits of time off, but happy furloughs might give our bosses the wrong idea. They should pay a premium for our vacations. Time and a half sounds right.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
The Seattle visit to help Sen. Patty Murray is a reminder that it's time for progressives and the "professional left" to get more realistic about Obama and stop whining.READ MORE 26 COMMENTS