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Semiconductor chips are the new oil that the world can go to war over.
I was born late — exactly three weeks — despite my mother’s earnest efforts to speed the process along with various over-the-counter elixirs. I don’t… Continue reading
The Washington state Legislature opened on Jan. 10 against a backdrop of headlines saying “Caseloads push hospitals to limits” and stories of stressed out hospital… Continue reading
As pandemic continues to exact a heavy toll, Wren Hudgins, Ph.D offers mental health tips to the community.
We can’t move forward by vilifying people or acting as if they don’t exist. We’re all in this together.
Passing the levy once again is one thing our community can do to show our support for schools.
Our democracy withstood an attempted coup last Jan. 6, but the planning hasn’t stopped — it is only moving a little slower. It has become… Continue reading
When I was growing up in the 1970s, like many others I enjoyed “The Waltons,” Earl Hamner Jr.’s televised account of his childhood in the… Continue reading
Brigitte Schran Brown writes about the importance of a town’s fire station.
Perhaps our biggest problem in addressing the climate crisis is that our allegiance is misplaced.
We hope that things on Vashon don’t get worse before they get better. Last week was bad enough.
Enjoy “A New Year’s Wish for 2022” by G.G. Kellner.
The rich and famous frequently say and do some of the darndest things, but in these stressful times, they lack the humor we would normally… Continue reading
When Toyota speaks, car buyers listen. Hopefully, our elected officials will as well. It is one of the world’s two largest auto and truck manufacturers… Continue reading
Phil Clapham writes about his home’s newest addtion, Petey the pitbull.
Are WSDOT, legislators and the governor really doing all they can regarding ferry service?