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The 2019 session of the Legislature included controversy, compromise, surprise, new law and more.
Willie Dickerson makes an excellent point regarding homelessness (Reporter, May 24). Those of us who are comfortably housed may not notice those who quietly struggle,… Continue reading
The human impact of climate change anxiety was discussed by University of Washington Bothell professor Jennifer Atkinson at McMenamins Pub Night Talks the last Tuesday… Continue reading
His successor could be the vote leaders need. But with elections in 2020, tax may be off the table.
Lori Matsukawa’s lasting legacy on Asian American journalists.
Governor shifted $175M to culverts and vetoed a sentence he said threatened funding for transit.
Ashley Hiruko’s detailed story (“Susan’s quest for justice and the civil legal system dilemma”) in your May 17 edition deserves a huge “thank you.” This… Continue reading
I was quite taken by the article “Susan’s quest for justice, the civil legal system dilemma” which appeared in the Reporter on May 17. It… Continue reading
Hopeful news that numbers of homelessness people finally seems to decreasing (“Homelessness may be trending down after seven years” by Aaron Kunkler, in the Reporter,… Continue reading
Car accidents happen. I get that. What I don’t get is the demeaning discrimination heaped upon me by the Bothell police and attending fire and… Continue reading
North Creek’s new club this year works to promote inclusion and helps students make friends and connections.
Feds say they’ll use what the state submitted in 2016 even though they’re no longer the state’s faves.
State Sen. Guy Palumbo shares a bit about what’s coming to Bothell infrastructure.
Chopp is out as speaker. Lovick is in, and already dealing with next steps in two investigations.
A monthly column from the director of the King County Library System.
They didn’t pass a capital gains tax or plastic bag ban and the death penalty is still on the books.
Public records are public property and agencies are the custodians of this public property.
LWTech is putting in the work to ensure employees feel welcomed on campus.
Kudos to Bothell/Kenmore Reporter’s Aaron Kunkler for two fascinating climate articles. “Human Waste: unlikely climate change hero?” (bothell-reporter.com, April 15) describes how a King County… Continue reading
The process of fracking gas uses highly dangerous chemicals, many of which cause neurological harm or are known carcinogens. Despite this, the fracking injection process… Continue reading