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Gov. Jay Inslee is suggesting a new way of assessing the state’s share of the real estate excise tax.
Library director recounts successes of first year at helm.
Tips on using the trail safely as well as what the future has in store.
Green practices for the holiday season.
A look back on life on the Sammamish River.
We shouldn’t be coming together just during the holidays or when disaster strikes.
Your article (“Let’s talk about race,” Redmond Reporter, Dec. 14) missed an opportunity to explain the reasons for the enormity of racism. All humans are… Continue reading
Regarding the article on package porch pirates (Redmond Reporter, Nov. 23), there are couple of other protective measures that customers and the carriers can take.… Continue reading
This year, Redmond welcomed two new councilmembers, made meetings more accessible to the public and more.
Redmond Mayor John Marchione outlines city’s 2019-20 biennial budget and six-year financial plan.
The more we talk about it, the more we can prevent incidents from happening.
KCLS was named a Five Star Library, which recognizes the services it provides to the community.
Sometimes the best intentions do the greatest environmental damage.
For immigrant women on the Eastside, Turkcha is here to help.
Join us in being thankful and helpful.
Aaron Alvarado’s time in the U.S. Marine Corps has transferred to his work at Waste Management.
One can only conclude that President Donald Trump’s reality is his and his alone. That’s frightening. It doesn’t matter whether we are discussing his imaginary… Continue reading
Voters drank Big Oil’s “Kool-Aid” on Nov. 6 and rejected Initiative 1631. It goes to show that money can still buy elections. Big Oil spent… Continue reading
What happens when bad behavior does not come with consequences?
Did you know that 50 percent of all lifetime causes of mental illness begin at age 14, and 75 percent by the age of 24?… Continue reading