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Mayor David Baker joined local little league player Violet Martinez in throwing the first pitch.
Four hundred eighty-four eligible eighth-grade students completed the College Bound application.
Eclipsnotes is an online platform that features short videos made by students for students.
The Science Olympiad Club went to the regional tournament with three teams comprised of 36 Leota students.
Opportunity to serve on the Sound Transit Citizen Oversight Panel representing Pierce County or Snohomish County.
Srebnik has participated in Kenmore’s development since the mid-1990s.
Carlos Gil will speak about immigration, specifically the Mexican American experience.
“The Water Princess” by Susan Verde will launch at Brightwater Education Center on March 23.
Bothell has many women on its executive team and City Council.
Donations went to support Operation Warm Coat for Mary’s Place and Babies of Homelessness.
Gratitude mindfulness helps see sun on horizon.
Unlocking medicinal benefits from your own plants.
Community members attended a ‘push-in’ ceremony on Feb. 23.
Heart Health Month may be done, but here are some tips that can help all year-round.
The History Channel show is coming to Washington and seeking finds throughout the state, including the Eastside.
He will speak about how arsenic was used historically as a common pesticide, spreading poison across the United States.
Pages’ responsibilities range from presenting the flags to distributing amendments on the House floor.
Visit Wastemobile website for details about acceptable materials and amounts, plus upcoming collection events and convenient, permanent disposal sites
This is the first Code Ninjas center in Washington.
This event is set for Feb. 28 and is free and open to all.