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These sites reduce opioid deaths and also offer other medical services.
To have a terrific pool facility that will serve all ages is good for the Eastside.
You’re killing the geese who laid the golden eggs for the last five-plus decades.
A letter from Superintendent Dr. Ivan Duran.
I am a public employee working at Bellevue College. I’m writing to express my concern about public records requests for public employees’ birth dates. Several… Continue reading
In January 2012, the Washington State Supreme Court ruled unanimously that the State of Washington was violating the constitutional rights of children by failing to… Continue reading
The Senate decided DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) was more important than passage of a budget, therefore, at least temporarily, shutting down the government.… Continue reading
When will government ever learn to live within their means? While the Bellevue School District can claim they have not raised the tax levy rate… Continue reading
Gov. Jay Inslee and Attorney General Bob Ferguson do not appear to be interested in abiding by or enforcing federal law. They are more interested… Continue reading
All this angst over President Donald Trump’s purported statements regarding immigration, ignores his likely reason for doing so. No one can reasonably disagree with classifying… Continue reading
I read Steve Funk’s letter to the Reporter with interest. Funk’s only stated expertise in criticizing Puget Sound Energy’s Energize Eastside is being a former… Continue reading
How much longer do we, as a nation have to put up with a doomsday threat from North Korea? We all breathed a sigh of… Continue reading
Last year, the Muslim Community and Neighborhood Association organized a Muslim safety forum with the Bellevue Police Department and police departments from Redmond, Issaquah, Sammamish,… Continue reading
The city of Bellevue is facing a major decision within the next few months. The city’s hearing examiner and the City Council will evaluate the… Continue reading
Regarding Bill Hirt’s letter (Jan. 5) on Sound Transit. Sadly, Sound Transit stopped being about “transit” long ago. Now Sound Transit is mostly about maintaining… Continue reading
Regarding the Reporter’s illustration in the Jan. 5 issue, the “less traveled” road to renewal for the Seattle Seahawks lies in a visit to the… Continue reading
Since Washington state’s marijuana law was enacted, a neighbor has been growing marijuana in the basement. Strong skunk-like fumes are being vented into the neighborhood… Continue reading
As our 35th anniversary year comes to an end, we want to reflect on the great impact of our founder, Jean Griswold. In 1982, the… Continue reading
The following is an open letter to the Bellevue School District Board: In reviewing the most recent “achievement reports” presented to the board by the… Continue reading
My wife and I walk early in the morning almost every day in the Northtowne area of Bellevue. At this time of the year it… Continue reading