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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
For unsolvable problems The key to solving any problem is to understand what it is, to identify its cause and source, and to recognize whether… Continue reading
Dear high school student, If you get your wisdom teeth removed, take a combination of Tylenol and Advil (or generic brands) to relieve pain after… Continue reading
Recently it was brought to my attention that fliers promoting racism and intolerance have been posted in our community. On behalf of the City Council,… Continue reading
In response to the fliers recently posted in the Kirkland area by supporters of a neo-Nazi group, the clergy of the Greater Kirkland Ecumenical Parish… Continue reading
I will be voting for I-1631, which will “charge pollution fees on sources of greenhouse gas pollutants, and use the revenue to reduce pollution, promote… Continue reading
As a woman, and a legal professional who assists women in domestic violence cases, I urge voters to vote no on Initiative 1639. I-1639 is… Continue reading
Most of America can’t believe we have a president that is not respected by most Americans and most ofthe rest of the world. When is… Continue reading
Kirkland is proposing an important measure to advance public safety services in the city. The measure contains several items that specifically address safety concerns we… Continue reading
I find Republican caviling at the Brett Kavanaugh hearings baffling. For just a moment, let us set aside the allegations that the Supreme Court nominee… Continue reading
We live north of the Bridle Trails Shopping Center and we would like to convey our concerns with the proposed zoning plan for the center.… Continue reading
Why don’t we hear anything about busy drive througs for coffee, fast food, drug stores and banking?
This letter is a response to “Don’t ban guns, ban government schools”.
A Kirkland teacher responds to a recent letter.
A Kirkland resident probes Rep. Springer’s support of SB 6617.
The Kirkland resident recently attended a town hall meeting.
A Kirkland resident is concerned about the use of a recent image in an editorial page cartoon.