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Letters to the Editor from the Sept. 28 issue
Letters to the Editor from the Sept. 21 issue
That’s the number of separated immigrant children the U.S. cannot account for.
Today, there are more than 11 million Syrian refugees that live this fate.
Separation of church and state is a foundational tenet of our democracy. Indeed many early colonists made the perilous journey to the New World to… Continue reading
The Second Amendment was written by men who were fearful of a powerful federal government.
You get a reverse mortgage, use the equity to pay the taxes now and in the future.
My best regards to the new Issaquah mayor, and I know she will try her best.
For too long, we have put gun rights ahead of the rights of our students, teachers and families.
Please ask Rep. Reichert and Sens. Maria Cantwell and Patty Murray to invest in kids.
Is the city aware of the Highlands’ street design and dangerous traffic flow?
The Issaquah School District has an important levy election on Feb. 13. Voters are being asked to renew the current levies, and to continue the… 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
On behalf of Issaquah Community Services and all of our volunteers, we give you our heartfelt thank you to the Issaquah-Sammamish Reporter and all of… Continue reading
On Feb. 13, Issaquah School District voters have the opportunity to once again support their schools by approving the Educational Programs and Operations levy on… Continue reading
Renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is underway. Concerned citizens desire democratic, transparent negotiations. Imperative for U.S. negotiators is the removal of… Continue reading
I am writing as a veteran, (Korean era), and as a parent and grandparent. I applaud our Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, in his efforts… Continue reading
There is probably no elected position that has a greater direct impact on our families and communities than that of director for our school districts.… Continue reading
What does Cassandra Sage want for Lake Washington School District students? She advocates for certified technical/vocational classes, more STEM opportunities, more inclusion of special education… Continue reading