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I would like to applaud Mr. Scannell’s letter in the Nov. 17 Kirkland Reporter supporting a Medicare-for-all health plan. I couldn’t agree more that free… Continue reading
Five members of the Kirkland City Council, Councilmembers Sweet, Marchione, Nixon and Arnold, and Mayor Walen, have pulled a fast one over the Houghton/Everest neighborhood… Continue reading
Ready or not, the holidays are here! That means it’s time for friends, family, hot chocolate and, of course, gift giving. But with all that… Continue reading
Kirkland Police Chief Cherie Harris offers tips on how to protect yourself.
Not all gifts are well received.
Former reporter shares her experiences with CERT training
Have you ever had depression, or do you know anyone that has felt this? Had that darkness creeping up your back while you struggled to… Continue reading
Tax reform proposals swirling around Washington, D.C. right now make some sweeping changes to the tax benefits that homeowners have come to depend on. For… Continue reading
I’m a student of education, learning to teach in a top school, with a top-notch teacher and a solid, supportive administration. An early lesson is… Continue reading
Since 1993, sexual violence has fallen 63 percent but it is still a huge problem.
Time to give thanks.
A letter on money management in state legislature.
Rep. Suzan DelBene’s amendments to restore deductions, that the bill does away with, were rejected.
By Bob Malte EvergreenHealth Forty-five years ago, the founders of EvergreenHealth made a promise to this community: “To work together to enrich the health and… Continue reading