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Duwamish tribe keeps fighting for federal recognition

Despite a lengthy process that has seen the federal government flop on its position, the Duwamish tribe of Puget Sound is continuing its legal challenge… Continue reading

A Seattle family’s view of WWII internment | Redmond Historical Society Saturday Speaker Series

Special to the Reporter The Tsutakawa family is about as Northwest as one can get. George Tsutakawa was a well-known sculptor and painter as well… Continue reading

  • Oct 4, 2017

Legion of Bot displays Tic-Tac-Toe creation at Seattle Mini Make Faire

Local high school girls Sahana Sasikumar, Roshni Srikanth, Tarini Srikanth and Nitya Vangala are the founders of Legion of Bot, a nonprofit organization that aims… Continue reading

  • Sep 20, 2017

Golf Club at Redmond Ridge Hosts NW Children’s Fund Golf Classic

The NW Children’s Fund Golf Classic, presented by F5 Networks, will tee off at The Golf Club at Redmond Ridge on Sept. 15. Proceeds from… Continue reading

  • Sep 5, 2017

Cascadia College Board of Trustees welcomes Roy Captain

Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee appointed Roy Captain to Cascadia College’s Board of Trustees. Captain’s term is effective July 31 through September 20, 2021. Captain,… Continue reading

  • Sep 5, 2017

Nacho Mama’s puts twist on a classic

It’s hard to miss the bright yellow and orange food truck that winds up in front of Black Raven Brewing every Wednesday afternoon. The truck… Continue reading

Menzel is next up at Marymoor Park Concerts series

Idina Menzel will bring her world tour to Marymoor Park on Aug. 22. Also on tap for the concert series are Beck (with Alex Edelman)… Continue reading

  • Aug 18, 2017

Kirkland physician flies to Jamaica, performs country’s first-ever intrauterine transfusion on fetus

Dr. Bettina Paek likely saved a life after flying more than 3,200 miles to perform the first ultrasound-guided intrauterine transfusion in Jamaica in late July.… Continue reading

Ananda Mela features dance, food and more in Redmond

The eighth annual local Ananda Mela (Joyful Festival of India) took place July 29-30 at Redmond City Hall. The massive festival of Indian art and… Continue reading

  • Aug 11, 2017

Eastside Stomp gives back to community

It all began with an old VHS dance tape from a Goodwill in Spokane. This is how Ben White, owner of Eastside Stomp, first got… Continue reading

Ananda Mela set for July 29-30 at Redmond City Hall

By Latha Sambamurti This year’s Ananda Mela (Joyful Festival of India) will be on July 29-30 at Redmond City Hall, 15670 N.E. 85th St. Now… Continue reading

  • Jul 14, 2017

Nationally syndicated astrologer reads the stars from Redmond

The cosmos are a blueprint for Rick Levine. The master astrologer and Redmond resident writes daily columns that are distributed to some of the largest… Continue reading

Faith Lutheran Church becomes new Reconciling in Christ congregation

Faith Lutheran Church of Redmond has become a Reconciling in Christ (RIC) congregation. The RIC program is for Lutheran communities that publicly welcome lesbian, gay,… Continue reading

  • Jun 22, 2017

Rampathon event provides free ramp for Kirkland resident

By Cameron Poague Special to the Reporter It’s not hard to see the good in this world — you just have to know where to… Continue reading

  • Jun 19, 2017

Make Music Day returns to Redmond

The City of Redmond celebrates its second year of participating in the worldwide event, Make Music Day on June 21. Live music performances will take… Continue reading

  • Jun 13, 2017

Students attend entrepreneurship workshop at AT&T’s Redmond office

Nearly 30 students from SeaTac’s Global Connections High School attended a daylong workshop at AT&T’s Redmond offices on Monday. The “Let’s Start” workshop was focused… Continue reading

  • Jun 6, 2017

Ferry receives Nokomis Club scholarship

Jacob Ferry, 2017 graduate of Redmond High, is this year’s recipient of the $1,000 Nokomis Scholarship funded in memory of Audrey Gorlick. Ferry is the… Continue reading

  • Jun 6, 2017

LWHS PTSA awards four seniors with Sheeley scholarship

The Lake Washington High School (LWHS) PTSA has announced that Madison Miller, Clara Andrews, Alina Nguyen and Jonathon Chau are this year’s winners of the… Continue reading

  • May 30, 2017

LWHS PTSA awards four seniors with Sheeley scholarship

The Lake Washington High School (LWHS) PTSA has announced that Madison Miller, Clara Andrews, Alina Nguyen and Jonathon Chau are this year’s winners of the… Continue reading

  • May 30, 2017

Redmond Historical Society launches ‘Steps in Time’ mobile app | Guest Column

By Debra Pelletier Special to the Reporter If you were in downtown Redmond on May 20, you might have had to blink your eyes, shake… Continue reading

  • May 26, 2017