Working for a breast cancer cure, globally and here in Puget Sound

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Susan G. Komen was founded on a sister’s promise to create a world free of breast cancer. Komen’s commitment to fulfilling that dream is evident in Komen being the largest nonprofit funder of breast cancer medical research.


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Driving in the rain marks the City of Surprises | Reporter's Notebook

  • Today at 10:00AM

One word, to be honest, has been the story of my life since I arrived here at the start of May. Surprising.

Vote No on Initiative 1351| Measure would require 100 more classrooms in Issaquah

  • Today at 6:00AM

We appreciate the ideals of Initiative 1351 and believe reducing class sizes is a tool in the toolbox to increase educational outcomes. As business leaders, community activists and, most importantly, parents, we don’t oppose public investments in our schools that improve educational outcomes efficiently and responsibly.

I-594 best choice to help make people, cities safer | Editorial

  • Oct 23, 2014 at 4:00PM

Two initiatives regarding guns are on the November general election ballot. Neither will end gun violence in our society. But one of them – I-594 — at least has a chance to make people and cities safer. Voters should say Yes to I-594.

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Take charge of your breast health

  • Oct 17, 2014 at 5:00AM

Every week, over 100 women in Washington state are expected to be diagnosed with breast cancer. This makes Washington state one of the highest in breast cancer diagnosis in the country.

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Is mandated class sizes worth the financial investment required?

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