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As I was canvassing in Issaquah for signatures to put Pete Buttigieg on our Washington state ballot, a woman told me, with great authority, that… Continue reading
Changes have had positive impacts, readers offering support.
Supporters started too late and had too little money to explain the problems R-88 would solve.
Shame on all our citizens who support the lies and deceptions of this current administration, and who are silent and don’t speak up against this… Continue reading
Regarding the Frank Shiers political cartoon from Nov. 15, it is not true that car tabs from “everyone in the state” previously paid for transportation… Continue reading
The cartoonist for the Kirkland Reporter needs to do a little research before his next cartoon. While everyone in the state pays a car tab,… Continue reading
Lawmakers will wrangle over cuts in transportation spending as lawyers tangle on the measure’s legality.
Did you know that local KCLS libraries will be cutting down print quotas for its patrons drastically from 75 pages down to a mere 10… Continue reading
What does it mean to share your culture with others?
Do we really have to wait another year for our elections — until we can kick out President Donald Trump from office? Trump has already… Continue reading
On Saturday Nov. 2, families were invited to partake in a screening of Pixar’s “Coco,” sip hot chocolate, and enjoy face painting, among other activities.… Continue reading
In honor of Veterans Day, this column is dedicated to the men and women who served our country and now serve the Kirkland community.
Don C. Brunell is a regional columnist.
KCLS will be holding public hearings next week.
I am supporting Neal Black in his campaign for Kirkland City Council, Pos. 5. He’s been preparing for this role with his lifetime of work… Continue reading
The challenges of providing mental health services for communities of color.
I was disappointed after reading the stance of the candidates for Kirkland City Council on ADUs (accessory dwelling units) in our single-family neighborhoods. I am… Continue reading
I urge you to vote for Initiative 976. We don’t need trains everywhere — just between densely populated areas and commuting routes. Train routes cost… Continue reading
The Lake Washington School District (LWSD) school board position is one of most important roles a community member can hold, with the opportunity to increase,… Continue reading
I am writing to support Martin Morgan for the Kirkland City Council. I support Martin because he is not a political climber. He is a… Continue reading