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Stories for Jan. 9, 2009
Owners add that they would shut down Seattle's oldest daily if no buyer is found in 60 days, though possibly it would continue as an online-only news service.READ MORE 8 COMMENTS
The rule doesn't change much, says this commentator, mostly just making the status quo the legal status quo. So let it be.READ MORE 11 COMMENTS
No earmarks or pet projects in the infrastructure spending? Easier said than done.READ MORE 10 COMMENTS
The plan may affect nearly 10 percent of the district's schoolchildren. This is wise?READ MORE 5 COMMENTS