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On April 14, KCLS will open its ideaX Makerspace, a STEM focused lab.
Communicating is a very fascinating subject to explore, especially considering the turmoil (or confusion) currently taking place in the world today. This recent disorder and… Continue reading
Leveraging the heightened awareness sparked by the #metoo movement.
U.S. tariffs on Canadian paper have surged costs for newspapers with little benefit for U.S. mills.
Danna Kinzer surprises special needs choir with special guest.
You may have noticed a new style in this week’s Reporter. A sleek black masthead and even a few new elements. But now that you’ve… Continue reading
A few tips for how parents can approach the topic of diversity with younger children.
As the new director of the King County Library System, I am excited to relocate to the beautiful Pacific Northwest, and am honored to be… Continue reading
Crossroads Mall in Bellevue is a melting pot of people.
Eastlake High School student gives service above self.
Glaucoma occurs when increased pressure from fluid buildup damages the optic nerve.
As elected officials in the three cities served by the Lake Washington School District, we’ve seen first-hand how our area’s growth is affecting our local… Continue reading
In summarizing a year when Queen Elizabeth II felt her monarchy had been under siege, she tagged it her “annum horrible.” I now know how… Continue reading
As one year is behind us and another has begun, it is time to reflect on where we are and what resolve will take us… Continue reading
If legislators don’t act on the governor’s legislation, a plan could land on the November ballot.
In his State-of-the-State address, the governor made the case for an ambitious carbon tax.
Leadership Eastside CEO offers reflections, action steps for community.
The final column of KCLS’s interim director, Stephen A. Smith.
I know many of you, like me, were curious to see how the relationship between the city of Sammamish and the YMCA would work out.… Continue reading
And the envelope, please. Continuing an end-of-year tradition that dates back more than 15 years, the King County Library System has chosen its Best Books… Continue reading