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Stories for Jan. 30, 2013
The Daily Troll: Local sheriff puts cops in schools. Wanted: savvy pothead. No Blue Angels at Seafair?!
Snohomish County's sheriff wants to put more officers in schools. The state looks to fill a position with someone who might well flunk a drug test.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
When the need for inspiration hits, the Seattle-based author sometimes just heads to Suzallo Library and pulls books from the stacks. Something works: He has already had four books on the NY Times' bestseller list.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
In Senate Republicans have their way, Washington state could take a leap into deregulation of health care.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Commentary: Seattle's many mayoral candidates are twisting and turning for better positioning, using the SPD as one of many PR whipping boys. How the citizen commission can stay focused on real reform.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
He made his apologies on Oprah, but the one-time Tour de France champ failed the three tests of a real mea culpa.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS