Tag Archives: Op Ed

RANT

RANT to time changes. Washington has failed to continue in the fight for the end of twice-a-year time changes. At one point, pre-pandemic, this state had requested yearlong daylight saving time. That meant no more time changes. Somehow, we are still … Continue reading

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Daylight saving time

I have twice contacted my congressional representatives and received no firm response. We have agreed to end this crazy semiannual time change ritual in favor of permanent daylight saving time. When will we get action? Software providers for everything from … Continue reading

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Essential Workers

By Letters editorThe Seattle TimesRe: “Gov. Inslee: Law enforcement, firefighters, grocery workers to get COVID-19 vaccines in March” [March 4, Health]:I am overjoyed that essential workers like grocery employees will finally get their long-deserved shot at immunity starting March 22. … Continue reading

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Radom Act of Kindness

RAVE to the woman who got out of her car at a busy intersection to help a blind woman who started weaving into the lane find her way across the street. The traffic light eventually turned green, but the good Samaritan … Continue reading

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How to Change a Life

In 2010, Moreland started a coat drive through her company, and started making regular stops at the Union Gospel Mission. The following year, she added turkeys to the donations.“I felt compelled to know that I had changed somebody’s life,” she … Continue reading

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