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Your article (“Let’s talk about race,” Bothell-Kenmore Reporter, Dec. 14) missed an opportunity to explain the reasons for the enormity of racism. All humans are… Continue reading
Regarding the article on package porch pirates (Bothell-Kenmore Reporter, Nov. 30), there are couple of other protective measures that customers and the carriers can take.… Continue reading
I used to dread going to the Bothell Post Office. It was worse than going to the dentist for a root canal. The parking lot… Continue reading
Here is a snapshot of a few bills that have been pre-filed for introduction on opening day of the upcoming legislative session.
“Washington State Stadium” — a publicly named stadium — will promote local and international industries from the state of Washington and result in millions of… Continue reading
The more we talk about it, the more we can prevent incidents from happening.
I recognize that climate change is the No. 1 threat to the communities and habitats that make Washington state such a wonderful place to call… Continue reading
Why is Seattle’s homelessness problem getting worse not better? Some people are blaming it on the increase in rent in Seattle, so people just can’t… Continue reading
Who here enjoys high school, Secondary Academy for Success aside? Of course you don’t because look where you are. You’ve been enrolled in an alternative… Continue reading
KCLS was named a Five Star Library, which recognizes the services it provides to the community.
For immigrant women on the Eastside, Turkcha is here to help.
The state has never had so much money to spend on government. Inslee says it is still not enough.
Join us in being thankful and helpful.
Coming to Secondary Academy for Success, I had no idea that there was stigma. By getting a job and telling more people where I went… Continue reading
Climate change is the No. 1 threat to the bird communities, forests and waterways of Washington. For our birds, our communities and the natural environment… Continue reading
Did you know that 50 percent of all lifetime causes of mental illness begin at age 14, and 75 percent by the age of 24?… Continue reading
What happens when bad behavior does not come with consequences?
Voters drank Big Oil’s “KoolAid” on Nov. 6 and rejected Initiative 1631. It goes to show that money can still buy elections. Big Oil spent… Continue reading
Bothell City Council thanks community after passing of two public safety measures on the ballot.
Whenever someone asks how my day is, my muscle memory immediately responds with “Good, how about yours?” with a fake confidence, as I promptly await… Continue reading