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Exclusive: Wisconsin Police Chief uses his office to harass patriot groups
On Friday, Town of Campbell Police Chief Tim Kelemen pleaded "no contest" to "a charge that he signed a local tea party leader up on gay dating, pornography and federal health care websites," as reported at the Seattle Times .
Sat Jul 26, 2014
The 'other half' of gun control story bears repeating
The Seattle Times reported Saturday morning about Friday's arrest of a Southern California UPS driver on an indictment issued Wednesday, alleging that the suspect stole dozens of guns that were sold "on the black market."
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Queen Anne View
Does Nielsen really know Queen Anne residents?
PRIZM since the 1990s to categorize US consumers. PRIZM segments US consumers into 66 different types based on demographics and behaviors.
When we fail to educate our children, our future is bleak
Editor's note: These are remarks Seattle Times Publisher Frank Blethen made to the Rotary Club of Seattle, which is also known as Rotary Club No.
Northwest Asian Weekly
COMMENTARY: Dignity is not expendable for entertainment
The Greater Seattle chapter of AdvOCAte would like to thank Sharon Pian Chan for her thoughtful editorial, "Yellowface in Your Face" , regarding the Seattle Gilbert & Sullivan Society's production of The Mikado.
Engineers file age-bias complaint against Boeing
The union representing engineers and technical workers at Boeing has filed an age discrimination complaint against the company, alleging it has targeted older workers for layoffs.
Guard, other man wounded in Seattle bank shooting
Police say a 46-year-old security guard and a 30-year-old man were both shot with the guard's gun in a struggle about 11 a.m. Thursday outside a Bank of America branch in the Central District.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Long-Lost Anchor May Soon Give up Its Secrets
This anchor, believed to have once belonged to the HMS Chatham, will undergo an intense cleaning at Texas A&M University.
Thursday Memo: Pot freighter afloat ... Revenge of the uncool ... Tank cars derail
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Wed Jul 23, 2014
Seattle's Best Daily Newspaper Editor Says Stop Publishing Daily Newspapers
I love me some David Boardman . After leaving the Seattle Times as their executive editor a year ago, which I eulogized over here , Boardman is now the president of the American Society of News Editors and chairman of the Poynter Institute's National Advisory Board.
Is media deliberately ignoring law enforcement opposition to I-594?
Are Washington State news agencies deliberately ignoring rank-and-file law enforcement opposition to Initiative 594, the 18-page gun control measure endorsed by the Seattle Times, and financed largely by wealthy Seattle-area elites, while reporting - as did the Seattle P-I.com Monday - who supports the measure? Last night, at a meeting of the ... (more)
Last victim of deadly Washington mudslide believed found
Search teams in Washington State have found the remains of a person thought to be the last victim of a mudslide that buried an entire community in March and killed 43 people, county authorities said.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
The Problem with The Mikado
The comic opera was written in 1885 and set in Japan, and this is the 10th time the G&S Society has produced it in their 60-year history.
Me and You and Boeing and Everyone We Know
The speech, which was made on June 25 in downtown Seattle to 300 business leaders and government officials, had this as its nut: "[Boeing's] survival depends on being competitive - and the state of Washington has a lot at stake... By taking steps to remain competitive, much like we did earlier this year... we will ensure that Washington continues ... (more)
MOHAI receives grandmother's donation of first pot sold in Seattle
The grandmother who bought Seattle's first legal recreational pot donated some of it to MOHAI this morning, along with clothes she wore that day and more.
Obama to raise money for super PAC at former Costco CEO's house
Update 7:50 p.m. - Updated to note Sen. Maria Cantwell is remaining in D.C. & will not attend fundraiser.
Thrift store donation of 3 human skulls puts spotlight on state law concerning skeletons in closets
An unusual donation at a Seattle-area thrift-store bin earlier this month shocked some but has created positive publicity about the need to comply with a state law, officials say.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Daily Rant & Rave: Parents, keep an eye on your children
RANT To the man riding a bike on a busy street with a small child hanging on his back with her arms around his neck and feet around his waist.
Massive Layoffs At Microsoft A Test For Seattle Startup Culture
Last week, Microsoft began the biggest layoffs in the company's history: 18,000 total expected in the next year.
Now Reading: Tacoma rebounds
Althought Tacoma's economy took a bigger hit with the economic downturn, and although it has recovered more slowly, things are improving.