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Seattle U hangs up its mascot. Tribes and alumni give a cheer.
A year after election, a leader in spite of himself.
Capitol Hill neighbors battle to save 1904 home from demolition.
The only people who discuss negative campaigning seriously in Seattle are unsuccessful candidates who wish they'd done more of it. Charlie Chong, the once and… Continue reading
The backdrop of chain-link fences and boarded-up windows provided by Seattle Times management didn't add to the Thanksgiving spirit, but striking Pacific Northwest Newspaper Guild… Continue reading
Mayor Schell's modest housing agenda: many small tweaks and a boost to the market.
In summer, a young person's fancy turns to thoughts of muscle cars and cruisin' the strip.
A county judge swats the City of Shoreline for instant lawmaking in a horse racing case.
Initiative 63 is the target of much City Hall maneuvering.
Dear Mr. Bush, writes reader Cliff Anderson of Bellevue. "Surely you're not proposing that it's OK to drive without a license (and insurance, I suspect)… Continue reading
Writings that side against Israel.
In just a few short days, we'll have our brand-new president inaugurated, thus granting us closure on the election season and license to ignore national… Continue reading
"It isn't just our fight": Times/P-I staffers hold out for a better contract.
That's what The Seattle Times wants us to think. In a recent Sunday editorial, the Northwest's largest daily newspaper boldly stated that Hizzoner needs either… Continue reading