Opinion

Cassandra Sage has been doing her homework | Letter

Being a School Board Member is an important job. It is a non-partisan, non-paid position. School Boards are responsible for overseeing how a school district… Continue reading

  • Oct 19, 2017

Cassandra Sage for LWSD School Board | Letter

I’m voting for Cassandra Sage for LWSD School Board. I’ve witnessed her dedication in PTSA. I’ve had conversations with Cassandra about making sure that EVERY… Continue reading

  • Oct 19, 2017

Halloween is coming | Cartoon

Are you ready for Halloween?… Continue reading

  • Oct 18, 2017

GoDaddy expands in Kirkland, upping its work space game | Guest editorial

By James Carroll GoDaddy GoDaddy is once again upping our work space game by expanding our growing Kirkland footprint into the entire sixth floor of… Continue reading

  • Oct 18, 2017

The issue of Airbnbs in Kirkland | Letter

The Kirkland City Council is in the process of adopting a set of ordinances that regulate the operation of Airbnbs within residential zoned areas of… Continue reading

  • Oct 17, 2017

Sage is a strong advocate for all students | Letter

There is probably no elected position that has a greater direct impact on our families and communities than that of director for our school districts.… Continue reading

  • Oct 17, 2017

Health care in the United States, versus elsewhere | Letter

I’m glad Mr. Ledbetter had a good experience in Scotland when he was ill. That was not my experience in Canada. After five days of… Continue reading

  • Oct 16, 2017

Vote Pascal for Kirkland City Council | Letter

We have an excellent opportunity to invest in our collective future by electing Jon Pascal to the city council. As a planning commissioner and neighborhood… Continue reading

  • Oct 13, 2017

The gun debate | Cartoon

Where do you stand on the issue?… Continue reading

  • Oct 13, 2017

New cancer center creates single stop for Eastside patients | Guest Column

By Michael Marsh Overlake Medical Center CEO Last month, we celebrate the opening of the new Cancer Center at Overlake Medical Center in Bellevue. A… Continue reading

  • Oct 12, 2017

Sorting it out | Guest editorial

Rolling recycling carts to the curb each week is a ritual shared in neighborhoods across the Kirkland community. Most of us do a great job… Continue reading

A vote for Pascal | Letter

In the race for Kirkland City Council Position #7, I am confident that Jon Pascal is the right choice. As a Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance… Continue reading

  • Oct 11, 2017

The work to fully fund education continues | Letter

The excellent article on children’s lunches and equity in education (Kirkland Reporter, Oct. 6) mentioned the Washington State Legislature’s funding plan for McCleary, but the… Continue reading

  • Oct 10, 2017

When it comes to majorities, Democrats must use them or lose them

Some hope that a Democratic victory in the Senate race will spur a bipartisan Hirst compromise.

Volunteerism comes to Kirkland | Letter

Viva Volunteers! is presented by the Kirkland Senior Council from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday at the Peter Kirk Community Center, 352 Kirkland… Continue reading

  • Oct 10, 2017

Mental health recovery programs available on the Eastside | Letter

Mayor Amy Walen read a proclamation Sept. 19 recognizing September as “National Recovery Month.” The purpose is to increase awareness and understanding of mental and… Continue reading

  • Oct 9, 2017

Medicare for all? Right. Like money grows on trees | Letter

“Medicare for all” is the convulsive and childish response to heath care, as your letter writer, Roger Ledbetter of Snoqualmie, opines. (10-6-2017.) Free health care… Continue reading

  • Oct 9, 2017

Imagine a day without water | Guest editorial

By Fred Butler Imagine a day without water. Imagine getting up, showering, brushing your teeth, having coffee, eating at restaurants, and visiting the doctor or… Continue reading

  • Oct 9, 2017

Supporting Sage for LWSD Board | Letter

What does Cassandra Sage want for the students in the Lake Washington School District (LWSD)? She advocates for certified technical/vocational classes, more STEM opportunities, more… Continue reading

  • Oct 7, 2017

Building on Support from Voters: 2004 capital bond progress

Thirteen years ago, the King County Library System embarked on an ambitious, long-term Capital Improvement Plan that has made KCLS one of the busiest and… Continue reading

  • Oct 5, 2017