Peter Callaghan HEADLINES
The latest special session of the Washington state Legislature was so short that the best way to cover it was in Twitter’s 140-character maximum posts from my account, @CallaghanPeter.
Up here in our remote corner of the contiguous 48 it’s easy to believe that the sordid culture that is Washington, D.C., is not our culture.
Kathy Ludders isn’t the first person to stumble across the story of Walter Sutter and want more.
On Sept. 22, when Metro Parks Tacoma opens a new trail linking the Commencement Bay waterfront to the heart of Point Defiance Park, it wants visitors to know that, while its exciting, they aint seen nothing yet.
Three columns, none deserving of all 690 words. Waste, fraud and abuse, Tim Eyman style; tax breaks for the prosperous; and agendas that are as clear as mud.
As I was walking out of the House of Representatives chamber last week, a social services lobbyist stopped me to compliment me on something I’d written.
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