Washington Gov. Jay Inslee visited The Daily Herald in Everett on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018, for a wide-ranging interview. Topics included mental health care, state ballot measures, saving the orcas, the state budget and the death penalty. Interviewers were Jon Bauer, Herald opinion editor; Jerry Cornfield, Herald political writer, and Neal Pattison, Herald executive editor.
Kevin Grigsby fell in love with music and vinyl albums and never waned in his affections, even as the rise of digital formats tried to snuff out the analog industry. Check out just a portion of his collection that he maintains in his garage.
Proponents and opponents of Initiative 1631 make their case for and against a proposed carbon tax to the Everett Herald editorial board on Sept. 12, 2018. Participating were proponents Becky Kelley, president of the Washington Environmental Council, and Steve Garvey, a Washington BlueGreen Alliance volunteer; and opponents Dana Bieber, spokesperson for the No on 1631 campaign, and Billy Wallace Jr. of the District Council of Laborers in Washington and Northern Idaho.
Everett Herald opinion editor Jon Bauer interviewed proponents and opponents of Washington Initiative 1634, which would ban local taxes on groceries, on Oct. 4, 2018. Participants were proponents Pete Lamb of Teamsters Local 174 and Jim Desler of Yes on Affordable Groceries, and opponent Dr. Jim Krieger of the University of Washington School of Public Health.