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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
By Jerry Cornfield There’s been a noticeable climate change in the state Senate since Democrats regained the majority. A victory in a special election last… Continue reading
Kirkland parent and co-PSTA president: Vote “yes” on the three bond/levy measures | Letter to the editor
My 11-year-old daughter is named Gabby. Gabby has an extremely rare genetic disorder which causes intellectual disability, speech delays, low muscle tone and other issues.… Continue reading
Growing up in Kirkland and attending International Community School has helped prepare Tremblay for her current stint with the Peace Corps.
It is difficult to keep up with the rising cost of living on the Eastside and tax increases won’t help.
This week’s cartoon
The editorial cartoon featured in the Jan. 19 edition mocking Governor Inslee’s proposals to mitigate climate change is terribly short-sighted. It’s high time to consider… Continue reading
A letter about the Houghton/Everest neighborhood.
Exhibits A and B are Washington’s two senators, Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell. Both voted against allowing cheaper medications to be imported from Canada and… Continue reading
So, we need a skipping stone bridge for the Cross Kirkland Trail near Totem Lake Mall? The council has repeatedly told us they support and… Continue reading
While reading your paper, I saw that the city will no longer be using flashing beacons in certain areas, which by your own admission are… Continue reading
Olympia continues to debate how to amply fund basic education. But Lake Washington School District voters can take decisive action to support our children. The… Continue reading
This reader is waiting for more facts to see that he is paying taxes necessarily.
King County’s long-term planning decisions will affect what residents pay for garbage collection and disposal over the next 20 years and what kind of recycling services will be available.
Lisa Rosenblum is excited to start her tenure as the new KCLS director is honored to serve as its leader.
Editor Samantha Pak reflects upon the USA Gymnastics sex abuse scandal.
LWSD is growing rapidly, and schools are already overcrowded, with many portable classrooms in use.
This week’s cartoon.