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Over the weekend, we saw smoke from the wildfires in our state put an eerie haze over the Seattle area.
Community Events, September 2015
The Redmond Reporter said goodbye to publisher Renee Walden a few weeks ago. Walden was publisher of the Redmond, Kirkland and Bothell/Kenmore Reporter newspapers. She became an important part of the community and our newsroom. We at the Reporter will miss her. Anyone who knows Renee can attest to her infectious energy and her ability to turn the darkest moment light — something that is needed in a newsroom. She has moved on to become a financial advisor and be closer to her family in West Seattle and we all wish her the best. The change has been difficult for our staff, as Renee was not only our boss but a trusted friend.
Where did summer go? It’s hard to believe that a new school year begins in just a few weeks.
For the last month or so, Redmond citizens voiced their opinions on the city’s two propositions and voted in the primary election.
When I was little, community never meant anything more than a large group of people gathering together in a single vicinity. More so than not, I believed that the gatherings were uninteresting, mainly geared towards the adult audience. It was only then that I heard about Derby Days.