Too tough to tell what future holds | Our Corner

  • Today at 11:00AM

Once again The Courier-Herald is off the press and the sky still appears to be propped up and in place, although I haven’t checked in the last 15 minutes. One moment, please…. OK, the sky is still up and I am still down – I will keep writing. I have been thinking a great deal recently about the multiple roles a newspaper plays in a community (My single-cell of gray goo needed a few extra injections of out-of-date buttermilk to keep up with this thinking stuff).


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High hopes for baseball season | Editorial Cartoon

  • Today at 9:00AM

This weeks editorial cartoon marks the beginning of baseball season and high hopes for the Seattle Mariners.

From all perspectives, bond deserves support | Edward Hechter

  • Feb 25, 2015 at 3:11PM

As a business owner and as a member of the recent Enumclaw Economic Development Task Force, I have examined the proposed bond for the new Enumclaw High School and Black Diamond Elementary School and have come to the conclusion that this bond makes good economic sense for Enumclaw.

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Changes are coming to the Courier-Herald | Our Corner

  • Feb 24, 2015 at 9:00AM updated at 2:16PM

The newspaper business is all about changing and adapting – it always has been. So, readers of The Courier-Herald will see a change in weekly content beginning next week. The newspaper will be covering the entire Plateau in one publication. Through this week, The Courier-Herald has published both an Enumclaw edition and Bonney Lake edition. Beginning with the March 4 issue, the two publications will merge into one – simply, The Courier-Herald.

What's all this about a pipeline? | Rich Elfers

  • Feb 20, 2015 at 3:00PM

What’s all the fuss about the Keystone XL pipeline proposal anyway? The proposed 1,179-mile pipeline from Alberta, Canada, would diagonally cross Montana and then traverse South Dakota, to Steel City, Neb., where it would be connected to already existing pipelines to Gulf state refineries.

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A nationwide movement suggests the justice system should go easier on violent youth offenders. Do you agree?

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