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Not only does the Seattle Times cover local news, they also cover National. Great newspaper
When I click on a FB headline it should be able to prompt to open the app instead of leading to a new page. And actually open that particular link. A lot of other sites do this, ie. Reddit, Instagram, etc. Also am I dumb or is there no search function?!!! I’m constantly just using a webpage on my phone to read articles since I can’t seem to find the articles I see on social media quickly! I hate scrolling thru a bunch of stuff to try to find what I’m actually looking for.
The Seattle Times provides a vital and singular service to Seattle area residents. It is a critical voice supporting our democracy and local activities, culture, business, politics, and institutions essential to our lives in the greater Seattle area. Long live local newspapers with professional journalists and editors!
You can quickly sign up for autopay and get a subscription but if you want to cancel they force you to call and sit through a guilt trip. Super scummy
I want to read the Brief on my iPad. It keeps telling me I have reached my last free article. I know how to go to Safari to clear the websites but this is an unwanted nuisance and I wish the Times management would fix it. I am paying monthly for this subscription.
I appreciate the local news coverage as well as the sports writing. I also enjoy the book and movie reviews
In a city run 100% by progressive liberals and socialists where is the counter balance to this from the paper. It’s like you are just a mouthpiece for the city government instead of really being an objective voice.
We are so blessed to have the Seattle Times as our newspaper. Whether it is global, national, regional, local, sports, entertainment, or political news, the Seattle Times excels in coverage. Yeah!!! Long time subscriber here. :-)
Pulitzer Prize winning writers, Nina Shapiro, for one on complex stories, her spouse, Dominic Gates cracking Boeing scams 737Max and many other stumbles, one too many advice columnists having to read both, good comics which should be in color like the LA Times and include Sherman”s Lagoon, not just on line. Perfect local and national coverage, concise along with just two brief sections, News and Sports, quick easy read, great Blethan Family paper that beat out Hearst’s PI. OK, remember, Sherman’s Lagoon, icomics in color, perfect.
Times on line is easily accessible and up to date. Nice to be able to easily pull it up during the day to catch up. Well done Times!