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Mercer Island Parks and Recreation Department is the recipient of a 2017 MICF grant.
You can still bring a gun to the House gallery, though.
“Climate change and global warming together pose an existential threat to the planet.”
Columnist expresses gratitude for late father’s wisdom
Tax reform proposals swirling around Washington, D.C. right now make some sweeping changes to the tax benefits for homeowners. For taxpayers in Washington state, these… Continue reading
Islanders urge city to preserve parkland.
CCMIP co-chairs thank Islanders for donating their time and labor to care for public parkland.
Council candidate Benson Wong thanks supporters, looks forward to second term.
Youth and Family Services provides tips on balancing independence with safety.
One of the most common topics pediatricians cover at well visits is how to get picky eaters to eat.
A tax overhaul plan drawn up by Republicans in Congress will be a good deal for many households though not everyone, or nearly everyone, as… Continue reading
I would like to make a clarification to a letter to the editor that appeared in the Nov. 1 issue, in connection with an exhibit… Continue reading
Dear YFS, I am the parent of a freshman at Mercer Island High School. I was appalled to read about the scavenger hunt in which… Continue reading
Kudos to the city of Mercer Island and the Mercer Island Center for the Arts for agreeing to leave Mercerdale Park alone and build a… Continue reading
As my Navy recruiter waited in his car with the engine running at the top of our driveway, I stood with my parents on the… Continue reading
Presently, most of us are on the road to debt peonage. The banks have taken over the federal reserve and treasury has put lobbyists in… Continue reading
Caregiving can be an emotionally, physically and financially draining role. Across Washington state, there are more than 335,000 people providing unpaid care for people with… Continue reading
When I step in it, I typically know. Whether it’s gum, dog poop, a conversation or a bad situation; when both sides of the argument… Continue reading
Update: As of 5:10 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 6, council candidate Joy Langley presented her hard copy original diploma to the Reporter. After continued discussion,… Continue reading
Joy Langley — Character, experience, diversity Joy Langley has earned my vote for Mercer Island City Council for three fundamental reasons: character, experience and diversity.… Continue reading