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Eastside for All has launched to focus on race and social justice advocacy.
The governor skipped a meeting about tax breaks he said Boeing squeezed out of the state.
We were surprised and dismayed to learn that the Bus Rapid Transit project along state Route 522 is threatening the existence of the Yakima Fruit… Continue reading
Since the recession, community and technical colleges have experienced more than a decade of budget cuts.
This year, Welcoming Week is Sept. 13-22 and KCLS will offer a variety of programs that affirm one’s sense of belonging.
Sept. 1 marked 80 years since Hitler invaded Poland and started World War II. Three years later, he launched the Holocaust that murdered six million… Continue reading
What do we not know about the history of the human race?
I certainly agree with Willie Dickerson (“Don’t just vote, speak up,” Reporter, Aug. 26) regarding being proactive in our democracy by contacting our political leaders.… Continue reading
How parents can help their students embark on a college career.
Great news that people can register and vote on election day (‘State’s new voting system passes key test’ by Jerry Cornfield, Bothell-Kenmore Reporter, Aug. 14).… Continue reading
What does it mean to become a U.S. citizen?
Voters will get a chance this fall to offer their opinions on every one.
Whew. The primary (on Aug. 6) marked the electoral debut of VoteWa, and the sparkling new statewide election management system didn’t crash or suffer a… Continue reading
Correcting our ways I am angered, moved and remain hopeful by the Patagonia film, “Artifishal,” which takes an unflinching look at the heart-wrenching challenges to… Continue reading
“The Art of Alzheimer’s” features work by artists who have Alzheimer’s or other types of dementia.
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
What’s at stake is the issue of digital equity and access.
After getting signatures for a measure that didn’t qualify, Restore Washington wants to do its own.
Many of Ms. Pak’s columns revolve around a recurring theme: “Let’s talk about race.” Her latest column “We’re better than this” (Reporter, July 26), is… Continue reading