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Editor’s note: This is part two in a monthlong series on Eastside homelessness. Just as tackling homelessness means more than just giving people a place… Continue reading
Susan Johnson had known what she wanted to be when she grew up since she was 4 years old and would draw pictures of herself… Continue reading
Well, the results are in and much to many people’s surprise, Donald Trump will be the next president of the United States. Reactions to the… Continue reading
While Dylan Sabine may not know exactly what he would like to be when he grows up, he does know he would like to pursue a career in marine science.
It all started with a pinhole camera.
Beginning this upcoming school year, the Lake Washington School District (LWSD) will now be able to provide full-day kindergarten at no extra cost for families.
Local investors will soon have the opportunity to purchase tax-exempt bonds from the Lake Washington School District (LWSD).
Ramiro Valderrama first became involved in local civic issues when he and other Sammamish residents were concerned about some of the road construction happening in their city.
When Joan McBride (D-Kirkland) decided to run for a state legislator position two years ago, it was because she was concerned about what was happening at the state level.
Ben Phelps has always been politically minded.
On Monday, 13 individuals earned the right to call themselves Americans during a naturalization ceremony at the Redmond Regional Library.
When Brandon Atkins first arrived in Seattle last summer, it was supposed to be for a vacation.
When a student moves from one school to another, one of the biggest adjustments he or she must make — aside from meeting and making new friends — is academically.
Modest elementary class size increase coming to Lake Washington School District, but no layoffs amid state cuts
Lake Washington School District's 2011-12 proposed budget is taking shape amid recent state cuts, according to a presentation during the district's June 20 meeting.
Rachel Ray watch out, here comes Rachel Raines.
For its 12th annual stage production, Rose Hill Elementary School is taking the classic story about the boy who wouldn't grow up and giving it a comedic and musical twist.