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If legislators don’t act on the governor’s legislation, a plan could land on the November ballot.
In his State-of-the-State address, the governor made the case for an ambitious carbon tax.
Los Angeles was being devastated by fire, two months after the terrible fires in northern California, as the Republican congress passed a tax bill with… Continue reading
Tips on how to be more green in the new year.
The controversy surrounding the Assisted Living Building on the Emerald Heights campus is about more than trees. It centers on commitments Emerald Heights’ management made… Continue reading
Eastside Audubon Society is pleased to hear that the Redmond City Council voted on new updates to Redmond’s parks code. These changes will make the… Continue reading
Be open to your friends and family expressing differences of perspective.
I want to thank Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson for fighting to preserve the open internet. I do not want private corporations or internet service… Continue reading
We are not overtaxed. Our national debt and annual deficits prove that.
By Mike Flynn For the 10th year in a row, an Alaska Airlines 737-900 on a recent Saturday afternoon carried a plane loaded with orphans… Continue reading
It is always good to hear from Richard Grubb on civic matters (Redmond Reporter letters, Dec. 8). In several instances, the councils that Richard sat… Continue reading
Motorists intentionally ignoring traffic signals and stop signs represents a dangerous trend.
On Dec. 14, Wendy Engquist submitted a letter to the editor (“Emerald Heights concerns”) about our Emerald Heights campus and our plans to increase health… Continue reading
Emerald Heights concerns The Emerald Heights concerns recently addressed in the Redmond Reporter are more widespread than just the neighborhood that it exists in. Like… Continue reading
By Kathy Lambert Many people are speaking out about inappropriate physical contact and remarks in the workplace. They are to be commended for their courage.… Continue reading
This is not an easy job. We don’t wave a magic wand and have everything appear in print and on the web. And even if… Continue reading
I agree with Redmond City Council member Hank Myers’ letter that the council needs more brains. But where to start? In defending the city council’s… Continue reading
My husband and I live in unincorporated King County. We drive to or through downtown Redmond four or five times a week. I cannot tell… Continue reading
Every time Trump proclaims something as “fake news,” he is attacking truth and the free press. If anyone has a problem with the truth, it’s… Continue reading
Vast gloomy skies greet thousands of white exhaust clouds. A sea of colorful steel inches forward. Off to the left, few vehicles zip by the… Continue reading