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Bellevue Reporter editor says goodbye to Eastside | Groshart

  • Today at 1:03PM

Today is my last day at the Bellevue Reporter. I’m retiring. For someone who never planned to go into journalism, I’ve suddenly discovered that I’ve spent the last 33-plus years writing stories and taking photographs of people and organizations with newspapers that one way or the other have become part of Sound Publishing. Add in other papers I’ve worked for in the Northwest and my career is even longer.

 

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New research shows tolling does not reduce congestion | Cartoon

  • Feb 24, 2015 at 4:52PM

New research shows tolling does not reduce congestion | Cartoon for Feb. 24

A transit option for those who depend on public transportation | Phillips, Gossett and McDermott

  • Feb 24, 2015 at 9:28AM

King County's new $1.50 low income transit fare, Orca Lift, goes into effect on March 1. Orca lift gives residents a cheaper alternative to get to school, work, health appointments and key services they need.

Pedestrians visibility dim at night | Skoog

  • Feb 24, 2015 at 5:00AM

When scaled by the number of miles driven, the pedestrian fatality rate is three times higher at night. Part of the reason is greater chance of driver drinking and fatigue, but the critical factor is lower visibility.

Amount union will pay growers for shutdown | Cartoon

  • Feb 23, 2015 at 10:36AM

Amount union will pay growers for shutdown | Cartoon for Feb. 23

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