Sponsors of I-1634, the grocery tax initiative, are deceiving voters by suggesting grocery costs will immediately jump if this measure fails. Not true. The measure sacrifices local control in order to protect soda industry profits.
The Tri-City Herald recommends voters elect incumbent Dan Blasdel for Franklin County Coroner over challenger Curtis McGary. Blasdel ordered an inquest in the police shooting death of Antonio Zambrano-Montes.
Washington’s prized commodities, such as cherries, wheat and apples, could find it tougher to reach foreign markets because state government officials have blocked the development of the Millenium Bulk Terminal project in Longview.
Candidate recommendations from the Tri-City Herald Editorial Board are not fake news. They are our opinion for elections, with reasons to vote spelled out. And they are a long-standing tradition in newspapers.
A public records task force was formed after the state Legislature tried to pass a law that would exempt them from the public records law. With 8 lawmakers among the 15 task force members, concern remains.
The Tri-Cities Tech Summit is a conference where people can learn, exchange ideas, network and establish relationships with others in the community and find out more about what’s happening in technology in the Tri-Cities.
Backers of a petition to recall Kennewick WA City Councilman Steve Young should re-consider their effort. The ex-mayor will be up for reelection next year, which makes the cost of a recall too expensive.
Two Tri-City WA college students are promoting suicide prevention by providing lock boxes for guns. They should be commended for turning grief into action, and not ridiculed on Facebook and other social media