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Rushing headlong toward tragic mistake | Letter

  • Today at 12:00PM

Mukilteo-based battery manufacturer UniEnergy Technologies recently announced its role in a project to build the "world's largest battery" in China. This huge battery will help meet peak electricity demand during extreme weather events. Like a hundred other batteries already at work in the U.S., this project will reduce carbon emissions by enabling clean sources of electricity like solar and wind.


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Liberty and justice for all | Letter

  • Today at 9:00AM

The Reporter's May 27 front-page story "Hate speech spurs Bellevue College students to question safety" highlights the hate speech campaign carried out towards the Muslim community. This should disturb all right-minded people if it is a matter of fact.

Rats, rats, rats | Letter

  • Jun 24, 2016 at 12:00PM

I don't think Bellevueites that decided to raise chickens in the city have a clue that the chicken feed attracts rats. We didn't have a rat problem until the people across the street started raising chickens. Now its rats, rats, rats.

Puget Sound Energy is spinning ideology | Letter

  • Jun 9, 2016 at 9:00AM

Puget Sound Energy needs to get back to managing public electricity without speculative design. Playing entrepreneur for foreign investors, multinationals and profit motives is violence to our fragile Eastside mentality and our development.

Sound Transit 3 proposal ripping off the Eastside | Letter

  • Jun 8, 2016 at 2:00PM

We are writing this letter to express our discontent with how the entire Eastside will be ripped off by the current Sound Transit 3 proposal. The Eastside has a population nearly equal to that of Seattle at 630,000, and Interstate 405 — the highway running through this area — is the most congested freeway in the state of Washington, more congested, may I remind you, than I-5 running through Seattle.

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