Opinion

Vote to re-elect Siri Bliesner | Letter

I am so grateful to have Siri Bliesner representing our children and families on the Lake Washington School District school board and I am voting… Continue reading

  • Oct 18, 2019

 

Birney walks the talk | Letter

Angela Birney is the best choice for Redmond mayor. I spent 11 years on the Redmond City Council, some of it serving with Angela, and… Continue reading

  • Oct 18, 2019

 

Birney’s vision for community | Letter

Why do residents and community leaders across our region endorse Angela Birney for Redmond mayor? The answer is simple: Angela offers a vision for Redmond… Continue reading

  • Oct 18, 2019

 

Professionals in a second language | Windows and Mirrors

What is it like to pursue a career in a language that is not your first?

Fields puts people first | Letter

Redmond has a strong mayor system of government, which gives the choice of who becomes mayor directly to voters. The mayor of Redmond is the… Continue reading

  • Oct 15, 2019

EvergreenHeatlh and the Great ShakeOut | Letter

Millions of people worldwide will practice how to drop, cover and hold on, on Oct. 17 during Great ShakeOut earthquake drills. Lake Washington School District… Continue reading

  • Oct 13, 2019

Fields is clear choice | Letter

Over the last several months, weeks, and days, I have been researching and evaluating both candidates for Redmond mayor. Based on my contacts and research,… Continue reading

  • Oct 13, 2019

Fields committed to Redmond | Letter

Thank you, Redmond Reporter for providing the Oct. 3 mayoral debate online so that we heard directly from the candidates. Serving as Redmond’s mayor, 1992-2007,… Continue reading

  • Oct 12, 2019

Vote for Bliesner | Letter

I am writing in support of Siri Bliesner for Position 5 on the Lake Washington school board. Since moving to Redmond a dozen years ago,… Continue reading

  • Oct 11, 2019

Diverse programs serve diverse communities

Waste Management’s outreach programs make waste reduction and recycling accessible to everyone.

  • Oct 11, 2019

Adopt, don’t shop | Letter

As two 16-year-old volunteers with Seattle Humane (SH), animal welfare has always been close to our hearts. Seeing the fantastic partnership between SH and retail… Continue reading

  • Oct 4, 2019

Not made for commercial development | Letter

On Oct. 7 the King County Council will vote on the adult beverage ordinance. If passed, it opens the Sammamish Valley Rural Area (RA) neighborhoods… Continue reading

  • Oct 4, 2019

Ending a tragic conflict | Letter

Sept. 29 marked the day of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year. It begins the 10-day period of prayer and retrospection that all Jews observe,… Continue reading

  • Oct 4, 2019

Breaking barriers | Windows and Mirrors

Spending time in the outdoors has helped veteran Naomi Layco heal physically and mentally after serving in the U.S. Navy.

KCLS explores the artificial intelligence frontier

The library system will look at the feasibility of an AI application for library users.

Encouraging innovation | Letter

Earlier this year, I had a kidney transplant and it changed my life. I was diagnosed with lupus at 19 and for years, I battled… Continue reading

  • Sep 20, 2019

After a senator’s claim is debunked, a call for an apology

The GOP wants a Democratic senator held to account for accusations which an investigation found to be false.

Working toward a more welcoming Eastside | Windows and Mirrors

Eastside for All has launched to focus on race and social justice advocacy.

Alzheimer’s is a public health crisis | Letter

There are more than 110,000 residents of our state living with Alzheimer’s disease and more than 348,000 family members and friends are acting as unpaid… Continue reading

  • Sep 13, 2019

The damage of fracking | Letter

The final environmental impact statement for the world’s largest fracked gas and methanol refinery proposed to be built in Kalama, is inaccurate and misleading. It… Continue reading

  • Sep 13, 2019