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As a former King County Superior Court judge, I urge you to re-elect Justice Charlie Wiggins to the Washington state Supreme Court, Position 6. Throughout… Continue reading
Bellevue’s rapid growth is straining fire facilities and first-rate response times. Downtown Bellevue has become the city’s fastest-growing neighborhood, with such growth creating added pressure… Continue reading
As a local high schooler who will be heading off to college soon, I know that the high-quality preschool education I received as a child… Continue reading
This November, Bellevue residents have the opportunity to make Bellevue a safer, more enjoyable place for everyone to live, work, and play.
Do you want to create a giant public entity that is larger than many governments with a pre-authorized blank check of $54 billion
Bellevue’s Proposition 2 will provide a revenue stream that the City Council may choose to use in any way they want.
Washingtonians, please vote for Initiative 1491, a measure that could prevent future tragedies by allowing family members to ask a judge to temporarily suspend
With all of the hoopla around the upcoming elections, it’s easy for a very important race to be missed.
When Washingtonians asked for a high quality education system, Litzow answered.
As a parent of a high schooler and a middle schooler in south Bellevue, I have been advocating for public schools for over a decade.
The last thing the Eastside needs is poor leadership – which is exactly what you get with Lisa Wellman.
Nowhere in the Energize Eastside literature are there facts about how much our area’s electricity reliability will improve
House Bill 2346 is currently stuck in the Senate and not yet on the floor for a vote there. I’m writing to urge support for this bill that promotes clean energy.
The Transportation Commission threw disgruntled drivers and politicians a toll token bone — no tolling on Interstate 405 after 7 p.m. or weekends.
Bellevue Reporter’s March 11 edition featured two articles about the city’s environment.
I have a plan to address stress and angst for middle school students of the Bellevue School District that will cost nothing:
“Education is our number 1 priority” — how many times have you heard politicians in Olympia say that?
For Democratic Party voters, the March 26 caucus is your only chance to have your say in the nomination
When opinions are voiced about companies in the letters to the editor pages of any newspaper, it is frequently to complain about corporate behavior.
City Hall was recently filled with citizens from Bellevue, Newport and Redmond sharing their thoughts about the proposed PSE Eastside Energy