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On Aug. 2, Mr. Roger Clarke-Johnson’s letter (Bothell-Kenmore Reporter, Aug. 2) argued President Trump was not racist in his tweet about legislators known as “The… Continue reading
“The Art of Alzheimer’s” features work by artists who have Alzheimer’s or other types of dementia.
What’s at stake is the issue of digital equity and access.
There are 110,000 people in Washington who have Alzheimer’s disease, and the number keeps rising.
Pak is one-sided and grim I am writing in response to an article written by Samantha Pak on July 26. Ms. Pak writes about people… Continue reading
Vote ‘yes’ to EvergreenHealth’s Prop. 1 Please vote to approve the revised Prop. 1 for EvergreenHealth to provide much-needed upgrades to your 50-year-old community hospital.… Continue reading
Throughout the month of June, the pride flag flew proudly above City Hall, at Marina Park and at many businesses and homes throughout Kirkland. On… Continue reading
The city of Kirkland has a reputation for a labyrinthine permitting and zoning process. I guess it must be well deserved when I observe the… Continue reading
I am writing to praise the city of Kirkland for the new free app “Our Kirkland.” I have requested three items (graffiti cover up at… Continue reading
I am writing in response to the letter the Reporter published from Mark Schlienz on July 12. There were several statements that need correcting. Mark… Continue reading
Letters policy is meant to provide direction and transparency.
The effects Trump’s words can have on us.
Think that Washington voters successfully legalized the cannabis industry? You’d be wrong. On April 17, three un-elected bureaucrats appointed by Gov. Jay Inslee, known as… Continue reading
In these past few years, I’ve been encouraged with how much focus is put on female empowerment in the United States. However, I feel that… Continue reading
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is inflicting countless means of physical and psychological torture on individuals and communities. People are literally dying at the… Continue reading
Partnerships make it possible for KCLS to serve a broader range of people, while stretching tax dollars.
When I was young, neighbors gathered together just once a year to light fireworks on the street corner and create their own 4th of July… Continue reading
There have been many of President Donald Trump’s cronies that have gone in front of congressional committees and on the Russian probe and have been… Continue reading
The 2020 Census is coming and that can greatly affect everything from government representation and federal funding.
Waste Management Recycle Corps interns on the job help build recycling muscle memory.