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Here’s to the real Valentines on Vashon, in a year like none other.
The value of reporting by journalists who know their constituency and their community is obvious.
Such character will help bring true unity to our small isle, and our nation, in these hard times.
The more we steer away from people based on boxes we’ve put them in, the more isolated we become.
Part of the reason we’re afraid to talk with each other today is we don’t want to risk being changed.
The current GOP has shown that it actually believes neither in the Constitution nor in democracy.
Let’s do a little thought experiment to put all of the chaos of the last year into perspective.
I never expected to be back on Vashon in the year after my graduation, let alone living at home.
Heartbreaking as it is to say this, how is it sensible to re-open now?
I had a visceral reaction to the violent and riotous storming of the Capitol Building.
Now is the time to shape the future. It will certainly shape us.
All this is a testimonial to our spirit being lively and unbroken.
A third of us on the island is now at the front of the line to receive a vaccine. Do not delay.
It’s time to maximize our student’s academic achievement gains over the last half of the school year.
The first thing we must do is continue to stand in the bright light of the truth.
Last Wednesday, I am sure I wasn’t alone in feeling heartbreak.
With the legislature set to convene, it’s time to address the inequities 2020 highlighted with policy
We are surrounded by water; it’s the DNA of island life and recreation.
With many extremely vulnerable, some can find it hard to find relief.
In even numbered years such as 2020, the legislative session is only 60 days long so that all the House members can get home to… Continue reading