Ellis E. Conklin

Had enough? Obviously our two monthly magazines haven’t. Same sort of stories,

Had enough? Obviously our two monthly magazines haven't. Same sort of stories, same Space Needle -- same month (February 2012).Follow The Daily Weekly on Facebook… Continue reading

God’s speed trying to get out of SeaTac Airport. It remains one

God's speed trying to get out of SeaTac Airport. It remains one frozen, ice-pelleted, misty mess. As Tim, who runs local real estate blog Seattle… Continue reading

In the wake of freezing rain, widepsread power outages, grounded flights, and

In the wake of freezing rain, widepsread power outages, grounded flights, and treacherous road conditions, Gov. Chrs Gregoire this morning declared a state of emergency.… Continue reading

Last spring, Bainbridge Island police officer Michelle Vollmer posted the following message

Last spring, Bainbridge Island police officer Michelle Vollmer posted the following message on her personal Facebook page: "Rob u missed the emphasis ob (sic) the… Continue reading

Coal is anything but king in Bellingham, though it sure is the

Coal is anything but king in Bellingham, though it sure is the talk of the town these days. A new citizens group has sprung to… Continue reading

On September 22, 2011, Greg Morgan, a born again nuclear safety engineer

On September 22, 2011, Greg Morgan, a born again nuclear safety engineer at Hanford, made a visit to the Wave of Paria, a twisting sandstone… Continue reading

There was a time late last year when Washington’s governor’s race was

There was a time late last year when Washington's governor's race was considered "the most competitive" contest in the nation. Not any longer, according to… Continue reading

Mike McGinn's Empty Wallet

Mike McGinn’s Empty Wallet

The mayor's campaign kitty is virtually nonexistent.

Mike McGinn's Empty Wallet

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This a only a test.… Continue reading

Just two days left until Seattle-area commuters must brace for all-electronic tolling

Just two days left until Seattle-area commuters must brace for all-electronic tolling on the Highway 520 floating bridge. If you can't figure it out right… Continue reading

Revenue shortfalls, spending cuts, and the general rotten state of the economy

Revenue shortfalls, spending cuts, and the general rotten state of the economy are hindering virtually every sector of our once-upon-a-time Great Society, with schools continuing… Continue reading

The Center for Responsive Politics recently released its list of the net

The Center for Responsive Politics recently released its list of the net worth of every member of Congress, which reveals that our lawmakers in the… Continue reading

The Daily Beast is out with yet another one of its lists,

The Daily Beast is out with yet another one of its lists, and this one offers good news for Seattle's most eligible bachelor and bacheloretts.… Continue reading

To Protect & Skull-Fuck

Attorney James Egan explains why he released his clients' now-notorious arrest footage to the press.

Ford Motor Co. in April stopping taking orders for the Crown Victoria

Ford Motor Co. in April stopping taking orders for the Crown Victoria Police Interceptor, which means Seattle police will at some point need to find… Continue reading

A Great Plains snowstorm and fierce winds turned roads to ice, reduced

A Great Plains snowstorm and fierce winds turned roads to ice, reduced visibility to zero and jeopardized thousands of holiday travel plans.In Eastern Colorado, a… Continue reading

The rain in Spain falls mainly in the plain.And where does that

The rain in Spain falls mainly in the plain.And where does that rain fall?In Spain, in Spain.and the rain goes on.… Continue reading

Dexter is a throwback to a day when big-city columnists’ prose all but rose from the cracks of the sidewalks—or subways.

Pete Dexter Lets It Bleed

Hard at work on his eighth novel, the Deadwood author still packs a punch.

Dexter is a throwback to a day when big-city columnists’ prose all but rose from the cracks of the sidewalks—or subways.
Davenport, shown standing inside the missile bunker he purchased from a convicted murderer's sons in 2006.

Peter Davenport Believes in UFOs

The respected rural researcher claims the government does too.

Davenport, shown standing inside the missile bunker he purchased from a convicted murderer's sons in 2006.
I enjoy having my hands in the soil, says Parfrey of his move to bucolic Port Townsend.

For Adam Parfrey, Publishing the Unabomber’s Book Is All In a Day’s Work

"America's most dangerous publisher" lives in Port Townsend and enrages readers worldwide.

I enjoy having my hands in the soil, says Parfrey of his move to bucolic Port Townsend.