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- Tale of Two Cities: Coal, a train wreck for Burlington?
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- Tale of Two Cities: Ferndale welcomes Big Coal
- The Daily Troll: Is WA still in Boeing's future? Lights out for Egyptian Theatre. Rebuilding obsolescence on I-5.
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Stories for April 19, 2012
Three veterans from the West Coast are in the running. Meanwhile, preparation for the waterfront tunnel is moving forward. A blogger gives a downbeat answer on Seattle's ability to support more sports teams.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
It's hard to make progress when so much energy is expended and so much pain is inflicted at the first sign of disagreement. Some ideas on restoring civility among ourselves and effectiveness to school improvement efforts.READ MORE 15 COMMENTS
Broadcast host Rachel Maddow brings her acerbic wit and calm reasoning to the literary world, with a compelling narrative of America's silent shift to unchecked presidential power and unseen but perpetual war.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The Legislature got its work done but in its eagerness to be done with cutting, it left large questions for the future.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Discipline and willpower make an effective combination for losing weight, exercising, and taking personal responsibility. Maybe they'd help with our social problems, too.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Washington backs off from declaring invasive holly a weed and banning forest-smothering ivy, but Oregon takes a tougher approach.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Though it's still working out a few kinks, the national production of CATS is stretching its legs at Seattle's Paramount Theatre through Sunday.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS