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The highs and lows from Tuesday’s election.
Looming taxes continue to burden property owners In the City Council’s committee meeting on Oct. 23 Melisa Files, director of finance, reported: 1) Revenues were… Continue reading
How an unlikely group of teenagers achieved success through the support of their community.
I haven’t been a nudist my whole life, but, over the past few years, I’ve started spending time with more and more friends who like… Continue reading
On Oct. 8, the United Nations issued a new climate report that states it is imperative we limit warming to 1.5°C within 12 years in… Continue reading
This is in response to the guest column on Oct. 12 by Dr. Mark Vossler in the Redmond Reporter on Initiative 1631. We all agree… Continue reading
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Give your friends and family the best gift you could give them: a FUTURE. Vote YES on Initiative 1631. Why? Climate change IS caused by… Continue reading
What message does it send when certain stories are censored?
By Mark Vossler, MD Guest Column As a physician, few things are more gut-wrenching than watching a patient struggle to breathe. But the growing pollution… Continue reading
With all the local government spending to end homelessness, why is there still so much homelessness? Maybe there really is less government spending than you… Continue reading
n the environment that we are living in, all too often truth and facts get buried under an avalanche of hubris, misinformation and unsubstantiated opinion.… Continue reading
I have to add my agreement to the letter last month from Brent Schmaltz concerning the Sammamish River Trail. This is a lovely trail that… Continue reading
Republicans may find votes in making the election a referendum of the Democratic governor’s agenda.
The end of the summer is bittersweet for many reasons. At Waste Management, it’s time to say goodbye and good luck to the WM Recycle… Continue reading
This new column will focus on highlighting the stories of the underrepresented populations on the Eastside.
I want freedom for criminalized people of color in private prisons. Washington is one of the few states that has legal marijuana, but all across… Continue reading
The opening of the Downtown Park this past weekend adds a new dimension to open space throughout downtown: from historic Anderson Park, the Heron Rookery,… Continue reading