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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.
A North Bend resident responds to “Don’t ban guns, ban goverment schools.”
Ask Sen. Cantwell to cosponsor legislation to remove financial cancer screening barrier | Letter to the editor
A letter asking Sen. Maria Cantwell to cosponsor the Removing Barriers to Colorectal Cancer Screening Act this year.
A letter in response to a letter about banning public schools to prevent school shootings.
Schools are not “impersonal” or “sterile.”
Recently the Kirkland Reporter published a letter to the editor voicing concern about the planned Totem Lake Connector Bridge along the Cross Kirkland Corridor. The… Continue reading
Public schools have become impersonal, sterile and monolithic — like most government institutions.
Property tax bills have gone up 18.8 percent; the RTA vehicle registration tax has more than doubled.
A letter to young people protesting issues of violence.
The “Ways to reduce your energy usage“ letter (Feb. 15) contains common sense suggestions, but the worldwide scientific community has made it clear than individual… Continue reading
The Kirkland Reporter’s carbon-tax cartoon (Feb. 9) shows a very fatalistic view of energy usage. Since artist Frank Shiers seems to be having trouble thinking… Continue reading
A criticism of the cartoons in the Reporter.
Lawyers will always be able to find inequities and we will be in court forever | Letter to the editor
Ever since the McCleary decision, where one elected judge decided the state was not fulfilling its constitutional duty regarding education, there have been newspaper articles,… Continue reading