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Carter turned the selection of a running mate into a campaign event, then went with a safe bet.
While we sheltered in place, federal and state leaders wasted their chance to develop a response.
I will be a senior in high school this coming September. While…
The decisions regarding whom we honor in our public squares require deliberation and consensus.
Maybe the coffee is better today than it was in the ‘percolator era,’ but where’s the romance in a K-cup?
If we have learned anything about institutionalized racism, it’s that representation matters and the comics page is a great example. Hanging onto comics like Dennis… Continue reading
Everett has proclaimed the holiday. A national holiday would spread its message of unity and equality.
Rural areas can draw on creative solutions and less regulation to meet the needs of residents.
The outrage over George Floyd’s death has often overshadowed concern for the treatment of Black women.
While they’re breeding — well — like rabbits in most of the U.S., disease is killing them in some states.
Ciera Graham, an Everett resident, serves as director of EvCC’s East County Campus in Monroe.