Aaron Kunkler

Busy as a beekeeper: Barnett keeps Mr. B’s Honey buzzing

Beekeeping is a profession not suited for everyone. Between the boom-bust cycles of colony collapse that have plagued the industry in recent years to the… Continue reading

Starstruck residents turn out to view eclipse

The slow dimming of the sun Monday morning was as unusual as it was expected for many who gathered outside in Redmond to witness a… Continue reading

Measure to ban county funds for injection sites will appear on February ballot

An initiative known as I-27, which would ban King County resources from funding drug consumption sites in the county, will not appear on the November… Continue reading

Gear up at Redmond’s western store

Since it first opened in 1970, Redmond’s Work and Western Wear has been saddling riders with gear and clothes for competitions, festivals and everything in… Continue reading

Mourners gather to call for peace, honor Heather Heyer

Some 30 people gathered Wednesday night at the Congregation Kol Ami in Woodinville to hold a vigil for Heather Heyer, who was killed by a… Continue reading

Boxers are fighting back against Parkinson’s

An intrepid band of seniors gathered on a recent Wednesday to strap up with boxing gloves and have at heavy punching bags hanging from racks.… Continue reading

Nara Japanese Restaurant will close on Oct. 31

Nara Japanese Restaurant in the Redmond Town Square has been serving up food since 1989, but come Oct. 31, the eatery will be calling it… Continue reading

Wall interns with NASA scientists, aims to work on Mars missions

Phoebe Wall has always had a passion for science, starting with an interest in marine biology, paleontology and most recently, in space. The Overlake School… Continue reading

Six-decade-old dry streak record broken this week

A record-breaking dry streak continued this week, easily blowing past a 1951 record for the most consecutive days without rain in the greater Seattle area.… Continue reading

National Night Out prompts 61 block parties across Redmond

Tuesday was National Night Out Against Crime, a nationwide event where locals throw block parties and law enforcement and first responders visit neighborhoods to help… Continue reading

‘The status quo is highly problematic:’ Debate over drug consumption sites continues at local forum

Representatives on both sides of the safe consumption site debate took questions at a recent forum.

Election results: Dhingra and Kuderer favorites heading into November campaign season

Preliminary city, county and state election results are in for the August primary.

Hot, dry streak could break 1951 record

Hot and dry conditions continued in western Washington and across the state this week as higher temperatures prompted the National Weather Service (NWS) to issue… Continue reading

Padhye runs for election to defend appointed position

Tanika Padhye is running against Eugene Zakhareyev for the position 4 seat on the Redmond City Council, and it is the only two-way race on… Continue reading

Zakhareyev running for council position 4

Eugene Zakhareyev is running for position 4 of the Redmond City Council against Tanika Padhye on a position of representing residents on the council. Zakhareyev… Continue reading

Sen. Kuderer, others discuss Washington state health care

As the health care debate continues nationally with Congressional Republicans attempting to repeal the Affordable Care Act, discussions about the future of health care in… Continue reading

Stay phone free behind the wheel or risk a $136 fine

New driving laws went into effect on Sunday that bar drivers from holding their phone or other electronic devices while they are behind the wheel.… Continue reading

Firefighters knock down brush fire on Redmond-Duvall-Woodinville border

Firefighters from three cities moved quickly to extinguish a brush fire in the 13300 block of 242nd Avenue Northeast on Tuesday afternoon before the blaze… Continue reading

Fields vies for position 2 council seat

Steve Fields is running for position 2 on the Redmond City Council with the goal of improving the quality of life in the city. As… Continue reading

Shutz seeks re-election for position 2

Byron Shutz is running for re-election against two challengers to retain his Redmond City Council position 2 seat in November’s election. Shutz was elected to… Continue reading