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I believe that even though it is true that
it sounds like an income tax, I think that
it is helping out early development in
children, so it’s useful for school systems, sophomore Amy Staneff (any pronouns) said.

Initiative to repeal capital gains tax on ballot

Annika Wegener (she/they), Reporter Jun 21, 2024

Washington Initiative 2109 is on the ballot for Nov. 5. The initiative would repeal a 7% excise tax on the sale and exchange of long-term capital assets with capital gains over $262,000. Excise taxes are...

I think it’s good because we don’t have to pay that much taxes yet at this age and also people should be able to afford to live if they’re working every hour of a week, sophomore Brady Fitch (he/him) said.

King County agrees to minimum wage increase

Lucas Talbot (he/him), Reporter Jun 21, 2024

On May 14, King County Council agreed to raise the minimum wage to $20.29 per hour in all unincorporated areas of the county starting on Jan. 1, 2025. For reference, the minimum wage in incorporated King...

The site where the construction crews will break ground to build the Plymouth project in 2025.

Redmond adopts affordable housing

The Plymouth affordable housing project continues to be developed in Redmond following its rejection by the Kenmore City Council. The Redmond City Council’s decision to approve the Plymouth project comes...

Fire alarm malfunctions lead to frequent false alarms

Fire alarm malfunctions lead to frequent false alarms

Weiju Wang (he/him), Co-Copy Editor Jun 3, 2024

In the past four school years, there have been 20 fire alarms at Inglemoor, with seven of them being from this school year. For students and teachers alike, fire alarms can often be extremely disruptive...

University of Washington students protest for Palestinian liberation

University of Washington students protest for Palestinian liberation

Rishi Gala (he/him), Reporter May 30, 2024

  Student protests have erupted across the nation in support of Palestine, demanding Israel’s immediate cessation to the war on Gaza, for universities to divest from Israel and for universities...

Japanese language program to be discontinued

Japanese language program to be discontinued

Nicole Chen (she/her), Reporter May 28, 2024

A second language is compulsory for Inglemoor high school graduation, and many colleges require applicants to have completed at least two years of study in a second language. However, Japanese, one of...

Wellington Hill Park is open to the public and is popular among dog walkers. The park is a 104-acre property that Northshore purchased in 2015.

NSD plans for population growth

Cate Bouvet (she/her), Co-Editor-in-Chief May 21, 2024

Northshore School District purchased a 104-acre property for 11.2 million dollars in 2015 called Wellington Hills Park as a potential site for future schools. The property was previously a golf course...

FAFSA delays jeopardize student futures

FAFSA delays jeopardize student futures

In 2021, Congress passed the FAFSA Simplification Act, which works with the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2020 to simplify the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. With these changes, the form...

Contractors from OMA Construction install an underground pipe on the corner of Simond Road and 100th Avenue on April 12.

Kirkland prioritizes pedestrian safety on 100th Ave.

Claire Meng (she/her), Web Editor-in-Chief, Co-Business Manager May 3, 2024

The $30 million construction project on 100th Avenue Northeast Corridor, located at the bottom of Simonds Road, is projected to end in early spring of 2025, according to the City of Kirkland. The corridor...

The plot on Bothell Way intended for the Plymouth Project was to be donated from the City of Kenmore to Plymouth Housing upon approval.

Kenmore navigates affordable housing projects

The Kenmore City Council voted 5-2 against the construction of a permanent supportive housing facility in downtown Kenmore on Jan. 22. City Council members cited safety concerns and the economic strength...

Construction for the Seattle Aquarium Ocean Pavilion is in progress on Pier 51, and will be completed this summer.

Seattle Aquarium to finish expansion

Big changes are underway at Seattle’s historic Elliott Bay waterfront aquarium. Projected to finish construction in summer of 2024, this landmark building will complete significant renovations that began...

Record-breaking super El Niño winter hits Seattle

Record-breaking super El Niño winter hits Seattle

Strong El Niño weather patterns resulted in an even warmer and rainier winter for the Pacific Northwest this year. The term “El Niño” refers to a combination of global weather trends, including warmer...

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