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Originally published December 31, 2013 at 2:36 PM | Page modified January 2, 2014 at 10:59 AM

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Editorial: Headlines we’d like to see in 2014

The editorial page staff is offering some wishes for next year in the form of headlines we would like to see.


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EDITOR’S note: A new year’s fresh start inspires some hopefulness about the prospects for the Puget Sound region in 2014. Instead of resolutions, the editorial page staff is offering some wishes for next year in the form of headlines we would like to see.

To the right are headlines from readers who answered our call. We congratulate Pete Sullivan from Seattle, who offered what the staff deemed the best reader headline. He will receive a Seattle Times coffee mug to sip from in 2014.

Meanwhile, enjoy our wishful thinking. Perhaps these headlines might provide some inspiration for elected officials and policy leaders for their own New Year’s resolutions.

U.S. leaves Afghanistan

Crowds flock to safer downtown Seattle streets

Justice Department, minority communities laud Seattle police reforms

Patty Murray becomes U.S. Senate majority leader

Pope praises Eastside Catholic students for compassion, tells Archbishop Sartain to rehire vice principal

Wash. expands background checks to all firearm sales

State’s world-class education system solves income inequity

Citizens United overturned, Congress bans TV political ads

Young people sign up for insurance in droves after Kurt DelBene fixes HealthCare.gov

Steve Ballmer’s new job: Bring NBA back, find a new arena site

State Supreme Court issues McCleary II decision for higher education

Bill Clinton returns from North Korea with Kenneth Bae

One Night Count of homeless finds no homeless

Seattle mayor and City Council vow to eradicate teen prostitution

Tim Eyman drafts initiative to save King County Metro transit

Education, health gaps close between North, South King County

Seattle, county officials tout Port as high priority

Universal pre-K program kicks off in Seattle

13,000 open STEM jobs filled by Wash. graduates

Fish thrive in a healthy Puget Sound

Work starts on I-5’s new Columbia River bridge

Surge in legal marijuana taxes funds huge teen prevention campaign

Mayor Ed Murray brokers deal with maritime, bike leaders to close the Missing Link

Hillary Rodham Clinton picks Gary Locke as VP candidate

Banner year for orca births in San Juan Island pods

Falling crime rate leaves state with empty prison beds

Wash. farms and tech companies fill all jobs after Congress reforms immigration

Google teams up with Ray-Ban; Glass now more stylish



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